Well this will be a first for me.. I am a mother of five amazing kiddos ages 10,9,7,7,4 i’ve been married For 7 years and just recently finished adoption with my husband two boys. We have had our struggle like any other family has but I’ve currently reached a point I’m not sure I can save alone so I’m asking for help. We just bought our home October of 2019 the best decision we have ever made. We are both full time CNA’s working through this crazy pandemic. In the mean time we had random testing done at our job some may have seen us on the news avamere rehabilitation. Well the county and the government had asked all nursing homes and rehabilitation facilities To start random testing for COVID-19. And well my husband and I cleared all the way until the third round of testing. And we had gotten that dimming phone call on August 2 that we were going to have to home quarantine with all five of our kids and my husband‘s mom who has dementia whom we also take care of at home. This home quarantine didn’t just take us off of a schedule for 14 days our county had asked us to quarantine for four months due to the exposure that our children could have. With this being said going back-and-forth with L and I and trying to make sure we were still going to have a paycheck because our jobs did not pay sick or leave time we were at the mercy of waiting for labor and industries to cut that check. And waiting for this check we were unable to pay August mortgage. Well I’m not being able to pay August mortgage we have also fallen behind for September. We are trying to gain back what we can but this will all take time as of September 2 we have gone back to work full-time but still doesn’t replace the late fees and the fact the mortgage still just bluntly lays not paid. I have called the county I have called the Red Cross I am waiting on phone calls as we put As we pray we will be able to catch up I am asking here for summer systems to try to pay at least some of those late fees and mortgage that we have yet not paid. God bless. The littlest bit counts.
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