Tabitha and I first met at parent drop off when both and our boys were Campers at Camp I Believe, an overnight camp put on by Hospice for children who had a loved one pass away. We bonded over the fact that our boys are the same age and we both had lost our husbands. Since then God has placed us in each other’s lives over and over again, our boys have played soccer together and even been in the same class! We became single mom friends that lean on each other when we need it. Fast forward to Hurricane Sally... Tabitha had just put a new metal roof on her home 2 weeks before the storm. She took out a small loan to pay the deductible. During the storm a large tree fell and crushed part of her new roof and the tree is still there. The insurance company is saying she must ONCE AGAIN pay the deductible to get it fixed . She also has 4 trees in her yard, one of which is on leaning on and blocking her shed that holds her son’s ATV that he saved up for throughout Covid and the summer by doing chores and favors for family and friends. She does not have running water (on a well) nor electricity right now. If you are able, please donate what you can to help my sweet friend. All money will go to helping her pay her deductible and to removing the trees... this is an opportunity to help a real, lovely family recover from this devastating storm .