An exceptional Canadian father, Ray Scriven has celebrated his wife, Shama as a scholar for all her hard work over 20 years to train their children from birth till adulthood.
Ray Scriven announced that his wife retired from raising their two kids as they are both now adults who have recently moved out. He said he understands being a parent has not finished but the work of his wife on his children is incredible.
He said he sees a lot of people celebrate their retirement and successes but feels saddened that his wife who dedicated the past 20 years of her life to their family has just retired in silence.
“I see on social media platforms all the time retirement announcements and acknowledgements of success and feel a little saddened to be honest, that my wife who dedicated the past 20 years solely to our family has just finalized this chapter in silence,” Ray Scriven wrote on Linkedin.
Ray Scriven who graduated from the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) is a leading Project Manager at Kent, Canada. He noted that he is only successful in his career because his wife has always believed in what he could do and supported him.
“She sacrificed her own ambitions so I could go achieve mine,” he added.
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Ray added that he will do something special for her but “it will never do justice to the devotion she has demonstrated the past 20 years.”
He advised everyone never to forget who helped them along their respective journeys.
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“Please don’t forget who helped you along your journey,” he said.