Shae Parson's boyfriend is optimistic, doesn't give up and keeps his head up when life is looking down, and she will always stand by his side.
Diane Lind loves her husband because through a bad economy, due to his experience in the trucking industry, they're still truckin'.
Myra Ketner loves her boyfriend because he gave her hope for her life and is her biggest cheerleader.
Jennifer Keeler loves her husband because he's always a content individual and is happy when he's behind the wheel.
Julie Sanders loves her father because he has always worked hard to provide for their family.
Sandy Gewirtz loves her boyfriend because he is a hardworking owner-operator who named his company after her.
Gayle Houk writes about her best friend and trucker husband of 35 years, saying he helped her become a successful business woman.
This trucker's wife and stepdaughter think the world of him and think life would be very boring without him.
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