Update 11/13/13: Mostly Good News

On November 1, 2013 a friend came to me and told me that she felt “called by God” to pay my space rent. ALL OF MY SPACE RENT……a total of nearly $4000.00m (not joking). My park manager didn’t want to accept the check, because he said I would just get behind again, but the owner of the park overruled him and I am remaining in my house (space rent paid through the end of November). There are some conditions to being “allowed” to stay in my own home (paid for, owned by me) and those are: 1) clean out the carport (already done, and boy does that sucker look nice now LOL), 2) find someone else to do my yard work (the park manager has been doing it since summer of 2012), and 3) I am not allowed to get even one month behind on space rent.

On November 11, 2013 I received a call from the person who has since become my roommate. I had told the community health worker at my medical clinic (Mosaic Medical) that I was looking for a roommate, and this lady had told him she needed a place to live. I am charging $425.00 a month which covers monthly space rent leaving me $36.00 to spare. So now I am going to be able to abide by #3 in the paragraph above.

I have a line on a part time work from job; in fact I am going later today to take some testing for this job. There would be 4-6 weeks of paid training at their offices, and then 20-25 hours a week working from home. I am hoping to get this job.

My cell phone service is currently suspended, but I am waiting to get a plain old cell phone from Assurance Wireless which will be free with 250 minutes a month to use. I also need to figure out how to pay the electricity bill as well as get internet access and a landline phone (these things are all necessary for the job if I get it).

I would like to say thank you to all the people who have helped me get to this point. I am not going to name names, that might cause jealousy, and the people who helped know who they are. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU.

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