posted on Aug, 22 2012 @ 08:23 AM
Friend, I have been where you are, though not for some years. I was in Darlington S.C. My car, a 1955 Buick, was out of gas in an abandoned lot, and I
had not a cent to my name. I found a McDonalds dumpster, the kid there was throwing away food, and asked him for something to eat, to which he gave me
several sandwiches. The next day I walked all over looking for work. Finally I came onto a construction site and took a job chipping mortar off of old
bricks, for a penny per brick. Others would try to steal your bricks when you went to pee, so a close eye was necessary. I also had to keep checking
on my car every day, which, curiously, no one touched for over two weeks.
I was finally given a better paying job roofing. I had some experience, and roofed for a while until I could get enough to get back home.
What I am trying to say here is never give up Hope. And never stop trying. Try restaurant dish washing jobs, usually the turnover is pretty fast.