Foreclosed Caring for-Mom Breast Cancer&VeteranDad

Veteran’s son cared for his mother afflicted with Brest Cancer & wheelchair-stricken father. The son was forced to foreclosed on his home. In addition, health issues; recent parathyroid surgery, cervical spine slippage and meniscus tears in the knees.

Even though I never financially recovered and have some health-related issues which is typical when managing someone’s care, I prefer to look on the bright side. My dad and mom lived a romantic life and were made for one another, mom installed instrument panels for aircraft and submarines and Dad a World War II Veteran. Dad’s last orders before coming home was to train British soldiers on amphibious landing vehicles in the English Channel. From dad’s diary that he kept with him as he writes over the text on the pages. In addition, after the war mom served in the Woman's Auxiliary for Veterans of Foreign Wars. My extraordinary parents served in a time of need during WWII.
Living a long life required five home health care agencies, over one hundred aids which was a nerve-racking experience and even still they were troopers to the end. Mom passed away from breast cancer at ninety two and dad at one hundred and two years of age.

When caring for your parents, without sufficient income and emergency funds you may not be able to maintain mortgage payments and be forced to foreclosed on your home. A lifetime of hard work maintaining the house is unfortunately lost. The foreclosed home lost is selling for three hundred and forty thousand dollars.

Now, my responsibilities in life have been fulfilled and it is time to play catch-up, a multi-faceted solution. At age sixty-three I enrolled in the Mechanical Technology A.A.S. program at Westchester Community College, Valhalla, New York. The educational experience felt great attending college full-time, but the feeling was nowhere near as completing the long-awaited MIT's Additive Manufacturing Innovation Design and Production certification, which I enjoyed every word immensely. Along with your support, past work experience as a support technician, a rolling three-hundred ideas in my head is a great time to start over and ignite some ideas off the ground.

Ideas help the entire human race no matter what country, race, creed, gender, sex or age, everyone benefits and everything we use is someone’s invention. Manufacturing is the core of every economy and ideas are needed to fuel the core.

The first invention in part has infection prevention in mind, rough drawing and an invention description are ready.

1. Funds are needed to pay everyday bills. Currently looking for at homework to reduce risk contracting Covid-19.

2. Funds are also required for invention services such as legal to protect the inventions before they are made public, drafting, prototyping and product evaluation to determine if the idea is worth investing time and money. Example: legal services for patenting one idea in three targeted countries could cost roughly fifteen thousand to thirty thousand dollars.

I think it is great that extraordinary people help others with their donations, what if they became self-sufficient?

All it takes is one good idea. Help reduce the spread of infections with your financial support.

Wish I could have done more for my parents, enjoy life, find a good challenge and never stop dreaming.

Extreme gratitude for your support.
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