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There are pregnancy centers, sometimes called crisis prenancy or hope prenancy centers, who will help you. Please try to locate one in your town. Please don't confuse it with a planned parenthood center, who will help you to an abortion. If you love your baby and want help for the two of you, please trust the kind caring staff of the nearest hope pregnancy center. If you can't find one, contact a local church, who should be able to connect you. God is blessing you; children are a gift from God. He is giving a gift of a new life that will be a blessing to you. May you trust God and seek His will, so you will be a blessing to your child. Hugs & prayers!
Robin, go to your college's financial aid office for help or advice. Go to organizations on campus such as church-related and let them know your need. It's possible somebody near your campus with a big heart and home can offer room & board in exchange for your services (cleaning,yardwork,etc).
My advice is to check with a local church to see if some good samaritan amateur mechanics who like working on cars will take a look at yours. It will eliminate labor costs and maybe save on parts costs, as well, if they make your car their mission project. Offer to barter or exchange your time or services for someone's time on your car.
My advice is to communicate with your mortgage holder asap to see what can be worked out BEFORE foreclosure. If you don't, they will have no mercy, but if you do, they may be helpful in getting you out of your current situation and into something you can afford.
My advice is to try to save money if you don't have it to spend! You can get married without the photographer/videographer expense. Ask a friend to take photos. It may not be your preference, but some things are luxuries NOT necessities. You might consider getting out of debt BEFORE getting married, especially if your husband-to-be has debts, too. Money problems present the biggest stress in a marriage, so it's not the best way to begin. I also suggest you two seek financial and marital counseling before your marriage....
Sadie is a smart, active, and affectionate part-chow three-legged dog who is a great help and emotional support to her owner, who is also disabled. Sadie was rescued by her present owner in 2006 as a one-eyed puppy.
Recently in 2007 Sadie had to have her left rear leg amputated due to an auto-related accident. Sadie's medical expenses have already been a burden to her owner who has her own past medical bills (before disability income).
Now Sadie needs $ assistance to get needed disabled dog wheels/cart at the most and a leg brace for support of her right rear leg at least.
Sadie and her owner have been through some tough times together, but they are totally devoted to each other. I am asking for help for these two special friends. Thanks!
I am someone who cares about Sadie and her owner. Their devotion to one another is touching and an example of true loyalty and friendship. Together they demonstrate a meaningful relationship between dog and owner. I will gladly provide more info to anyone sincerely interested in helping these two special friends.