My pregnant wife and I started the year off amazing, me having a great job and her going to school, while raising our daughter.
We started renting a very nice house in a new town and everything was great. Yes we had some ups and downs but overall amazing.
The further along we got into the pregnancy the more I wanted to get a better job and make a better life for us and the children. I found a job doing wiring around the country and it was going perfect. Enough money for us to pay all the bills plus enough to get our daughters not only the things that they need, but what they wanted aswell.
And then it all went south.
While on the way to Tennessee I was called by a longtime friend with some bad news.
my best friend has passed that morning and that the funeral was a couple days from then.
The crew and I were supposed to be in Tennessee for a couple weeks but I was not going to miss out on this funeral. About an hour after I heard the news I called my boss to explain that in a couple of days I was going to have to go home for a little while so I could catch the funeral l, and he was VERY understanding. We came up with a plan. I was to take one of the company trucks and head home early for mourning. I disagreed due to losing out on money but he insisted.
I attended the funeral and contacted my boss to see when I was going to go back, and what he needed me to do.
I messaged him many times.
I haven’t heard a word from him since, and thiswas about a month ago.
I found two other jobs that I was getting ready to start and I was informed by our landlord that, due to us being a couple weeks behind on rent he was evicting us.
TWO WEEKS LATE and he’s kicking out a 8 months pregnant mother.
so here we are, looking for a place with no money, back in our hometown trying to make it before our little girl gets kicked out of her own apartment.
I have never been one to ask for help, but with this situation, and the fact that I don’t have many family members or friends that are in the spot to help, I am asking you guys.
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