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🏡 Returning Home

Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Yes, that's what this is, returning home. I have had quite a time with out all of you and your support. Gave up my home of 20 yr.s to move into a home that my husband was told was his inheritance from his father. To make this one short, let's suffice to say that after 11 yrs. my husband's step mom found a way to take it away from us. My oldest son put $10,000. on 2acres with a mobile home on it for us. I really thought things were looking up again. But his wife was having an online affair and left while he was at work with son and her two little ones he took on as infants. They called him Daddy. I watched my son cry for over 2 hours over his children. I'm still having a hard time with this. The county refuses to upkeep the roads and the laws here. So we're so broke trying to keep Hunter's and people with 4 wheelers off of the property. My husband fell into a deep depression and now takes medication for bi-Polar, he was also diagnosed as a type 1 diabetic. Mind you I'm not complaining, I Thank GOD every day we are alive and not homeless. I do worry about the grand kids though, I pray that GOD will protect them. It's just hard since she took them to Pennsylvania and we don't get to see them until My son gets his vacation. Now it's time for me to try and get some weight off. I just feel tired, wistless and have no energy any more. A lot of times I don't even feel like eating. My doctor just isn't getting it. As long as I'm not over 200 lb.s it doesn't bother me anymore. GOD BLESS Survivor61
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    emoticon Praying 2021 will be a very good year for you and your family! emoticon
    107 days ago
    ((((HUGS)))) So very, very sorry to hear all this horrible news. Prayers that 2021 is better and that you at least get news of your grandkids.

    107 days ago
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