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Since my mother passed away I haven’t worked much if at all, so now I am actively looking for new clients again. Clients that need books reviewed, articles written and etc. To pay the bills you gotta work and to work you gotta have clients which help you make money.
I will now be adding in a new section to my work day, jewelry making so hopefully I can get that business up and off the ground too. I will be taking orders for special made items as well as just selling what I already have made from my Mother’s stash and what I make. I have posted pictures of some of the jewelry already on Google+ and Facebook and gotten positive reactions for them and so when I start to actually sell them I hope they do sell well. I am hoping that I will start selling within the month and by next month as well. I will also graduate to handmade objects also.
The jewelry I make is handmade some are American Indian style others are just interesting. I can make them in all colors and not just for women either.
Contact me for a quote on my services or for jewelry orders.
I last physically saw my mother in June of 2012. I went out to Arizona to see her, because we learned that she had contracted a rare strain of cancer, and the node was resting on her carotid artery. This same strain of cancer took my great-great-grandmother from us many years ago.
Since my visit we only were able to talk through texts and our Google Hangouts had to stop because I couldn’t understand her whispering voice. She was getting weaker but by the middle of this year we learned the cancer was gone and she was starting to recover.
So when my mother passed away in her sleep on October 25th, 2013 it was a surprise to us all. We were caught unprepared and we had no plans in place or funds set aside.
My two younger brothers have had a separate life from my Mother and I, they are acting like they don’t want anything to do with her death, or even care. Which is making it harder on me.
At this point in time the funeral home is preparing to consider the body abandoned as outlined by county law in Arizona. We’re in Florida, This is being done because my brothers are not stepping up, and we don’t have the upfront money to pay for a cremation and claim the remains. Should this happen I won’t be able to claim any of her ashes, and bring her home, this would leave me heartbroken.
The cost of cremation is $2300.00 and we have no money to put towards it. Zero, zilch, nada. We only have till the 3rd of December to raise the money, this is why I am so desperate to raise the money. So I can bring my mother home, so she can be with family. I miss her, and want her with me.
I plan on placing her ashes with her Grandmother, Mother, Sister, and my cousins at our family plot in Montgomery, Alabama and keeping a portion of them with me so she’s always with me.
If you can help I would be grateful, also spreading the word is helpful too. I want nothing more than to bring her home. This would be all I want for Christmas.
We have a fundraiser going to Help Bring Mom Home this one will allow you to use more than just paypal
My husband Anthony Miller has been promoting a fundraising link on FaceBook and Google+ as well that he set up before this one that most people have been donating too. Here are those post links.
It is always good to have someone in your life that can tell when you aren’t you can’t take care of yourself. That has happened to me more than once in my life. I thank my husband for being there when that has happened.
Last night was one of those, I went to take a shower and felt a bit unsteady (faint and really hot) so he offered to take one with me (no this isn’t one of those showers) to make sure I didn’t pass out in the shower and hit my head and make it worse.
During the shower he notice that I started having face tremors and wasn’t responding to questions completely. It was then that he knew that I was fixing to have a seizure. He helped me finish my shower.Now understand part of this I have on authority from him, and part of this is my memory before it my brain completely checked out on me. I was able to step out of the shower and dry my hair partially, he helped me get dressed and told me to get my night meds into me I had problems doing this cause I kept stopping because I didn’t know what I was suppose to be doing. He got them into me and my “standby pill” that helps me when we think I am going to have a seizure and keeps me from having a “big one”.
I have had 2 of those recently and those have not been fun. I am so glad that he was there to take care of me. I wish everyone had someone like him to take care of them.
I love you Tony! Thanks for taking care of me when I needed you!