posted on Dec, 27 2014 @ 02:27 PM
a reply to: nonspecific
Bad:I lost 2 of my dogs this year.One was expected and the other wasn't. The one that was expected was my dog I had for 19 years,he was according to
breeders probably between 2-4 years of age when I got him. The other My Boston that is in my pic,was only 8,she seizured to death at 4 am a couple of
I lost my job because I became disabled. I have struggled to pay my bills to keep my house and car.I will not see a Social Security check until this
March. Somehow I have to keep hanging on.
Good: I will at least have Social Security to live off of. I have signed up for ACA and managed to get both health care and dental care for about $40
a month. This is a necessity being as I have an auto immune disease. Once on Social Security,you have to wait 2 years before medicare kicks in. Makes
I have 2 new dogs that are wonderful that I love very much and keep me company,as well as my one remaining cat.
My family has shown their true colors and came out to help me this year to hang in there. Taking me to appointments,giving money as needed,paying my
car payment,paying for my meds,etc.
Despite having little,I managed to put aside money for both Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners,so that if nothing else,I had the food to feed my loved
ones for the holidays. Sometimes its the little things that really count.
I am hoping that the new year brings a change in my life so that I can relax and have my auto immune disease calm down so I can enjoy a bit better
health. I also am wishing for the health,prosperity,and peace for myself and loved ones. I wish all on ATS no less for the coming year. Though I am
not hopeful, I wish for peace and goodwill for ALL fellow peoples of the earth.