I live in a house with six other people.
There are four dogs, three cats, and a cat cat cat toy I’ve always loved and two people who keep me company.
In the past year, I’ve lost about $20,000.
And while the loss of my pet has made life a lot more difficult, I don’t have a plan for how to recoup the money I’m currently owing.
For the past six months, I have been struggling with a mystery I’ve never faced before.
How do I get out of this?
I can’t pay my mortgage or insurance bills, so I’m scrambling to find a solution.
I’m a single mom of a young daughter and two granddaughters.
I’ve lived here for years, working as a personal assistant and a restaurant server.
I am an insurance agent.
I know what it’s like to be on the receiving end of a devastating loss, and I can offer solutions that aren’t just financial ones.
I can also help people.
But if I can figure out a way to recuperate my mortgage, insurance and car payments without losing my pet, what can I do when my daughter needs to leave?
When my dog died unexpectedly in October 2016, I had to call a vet and have it checked out.
The vet diagnosed her as having a medical emergency.
She was placed in a medically induced coma for about two weeks.
Her life expectancy at that point was six months.
I had no idea how much time she would live.
That was the worst thing I had ever seen.
When my daughter, Jessica, went missing in February 2017, I was still trying to figure out the best course of action.
Jessica was the only dog I had left with me, so it was an important point to get my priorities straight.
I went through a period of not thinking about her, but I was also trying to focus on my own needs, which included finding the money to pay my bills.
I was spending a lot of time in the kitchen and on the phone, and trying to stay up on the latest news.
It wasn’t until a few months later that I realized I needed to start thinking about my financial situation again.
As it turns out, I am currently on the verge of losing my car insurance.
That means I can no longer afford to take my two daughters and two grandchildren out for a drive, which means I’ll have to pay more in mortgage and insurance bills.
That, too, will cost more money than I’m earning right now.
It will take about two months to recue my house, my car, and my pets.
But the stress of trying to get it all off my back will be more than I’ve ever experienced before.
I don�t want to be the guy who spends the money, so when the money runs out, that�s when I�m going to need help.
It�s important to remember that we�re all dealing with the same thing at the same time: loss of a loved one, loss of your pet.
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