Hi! My fiancee and I took 24 hr care of my beautiful momma from 2013-2018 until she passed away on June 21 2018. She was a double above the knee amputee, paralyzed on the right side from a stroke and completely bed bound. She was our whole world. Our whole life came crashing down the night we lost her. She passed away in our home with us by her side. We tried to continue on but I couldnt get beyond seeing her leave me and it was quickly taking everything from me. My fiancee received a job offer in another state so we took it, packed what we could and moved. We got there and nothing was quite was it was supposed to be. We ended up living in our car for over a month and we are currently still in the car. He has a job and I normally work from home because of my health issues but I cant since we have no home. I hate even making this post but I am completely lost on what else to do. My MIL to be and my aunt helped as much as they possibly could but we try desperately not to be a burden on anyone. Thank you in advance for reading our story. I know everyone has their own struggles so we greatly appreciate your time. Have a blessed day. I love and miss you so much my ladybug <3
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