I still remember that fateful night like it was yesterday. My husband and I were on our way home from a party, both of us drunk and happy, when suddenly we got into a car accident. I survived but my husband didn't. And to make matters worse, I found out that I was pregnant with our first child at the time of the accident. The trauma of losing my family in such a horrific way left me devastated and unable to move on with my life for years to come.

In order to relieve myself of the pain and grievance caused by their deaths, I took up a job as a live-in nanny and school tutor for other people's children while secretly becoming a wet nurse to breastfeed them as well. It may sound strange or even disgusting to some people but doing so brought me comfort knowing that other families had healthy babies who were being taken care of by someone who truly cared about them – something that I could no longer do for my own family due to circumstances beyond my control. Plus, it helped ease the burdened feeling inside me every time one these infants latched onto me; reminding myself why God gave women breasts in the first place - not just for sexual pleasure but also for providing sustenance needed during those early months after birth before they can eat solid foods yet! That thought alone made everything worthwhile despite all odds against it...and yes there were many obstacles along this journey including getting fired from several jobs once discovered what exactly was going on behind closed doors (not an easy thing considering how conservative Japan is). But through perseverance & determination did eventually find stability again working part-time here & there until finally settling down into more permanent roles overseeing multiple households simultaneously...until recently meeting Toji Ide again after all these years which has opened up new opportunities & challenges ahead! Who would have thought? Life certainly does have its funny twists sometimes doesn’t it?! 😄