Everywhere I go people come up to me, they mob me - anyone who has MS or has a relative with MS - they come up and hug and cry.
How I measure riches is by the friends I have and the loved ones I have and the people that I care about in my life, and that's where my values are and that's where my riches are.
I can tell you and promise you that I've had struggles in my life. And I would love to have people understand that Mitt and I have compassion for people that are struggling.
I know for certain people I'm championing a struggle that they're going through.
I love the fact that there are also women out there that don't have a choice and they must go to work and they still have to raise the kids. Thank goodness that we value those people too.
Multiple Sclerosis is obviously close to my heart and I'm determined to make a difference in the lives of people who suffer from the disease by raising the profile of MS, as well as raising funds for advocacy and research.
There have been so many people that have come up and embraced me as an example of what it's like to face something tough and just get up the next day and keep pushing.
Everyone in life has their challenges, mine have not been financial.
It may look perfect, but that's one thing I have learned about life is that it isn't always what it looks.
The thing that's nice about pregnancy is that in the end, you have a baby.
I made a choice to stay home and raise five boys. Believe me, it was hard work.
I do recognize the most valuable work being done across the country is that work being done inside the four walls in our homes. And let us not forget how important the work of the mother and father are to raising responsible citizens.
It's been quite an experience, being conservative and living in the North East.
My faith experience, well, as you can imagine, you need a lot of faith to raise five boys.
We need to respect choices that women make.