Homelessness is no fun. I’m writing this from a state run hotel for homeless families. The place is beyond disgusting and unclean. The kids are doing ok all considering, but hubby and I are going insane. We’re an hour from Boston and I’m not able to get to work and wondering how once our money runs out we’ll make ends meet.
This system is a joke. You’re supposed to be trying to better yourself, but who cares if you have a job. You stick people in the middle of no where, but want them to work. Hubby now lost two potential jobs and I’m not sure how long my boss will hold my position. Even worse the “play area” if you want to call it that has parents letting their kids run wild while they smoke pot and get drunk.
There is an upside to all this I hope, I’m just still trying to find it. One thing I’ve learned is knowing people really helps and they’re working to get us closer to the city so I can return to work.
As you can imagine I’ll be a little bit quiet and write as I have the chance. For now I leave you with Kaylee’s smiling face.