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Dear Mr Gorman,
read your tweet about praying for the house. I have to assume the house didn’t need prayers so my take is you wanted to buy the house.
I was going to write this to keep you encouraged, no matter what happened, but since then your request was answered with a resounding yes.
Read your tweet. I also wanted to tell you how fantastic you are. It’s hard to believe you do all those videos on your own and with no staff to boot. A lot of work if you ask me. I always say your last one is your best one. That is,until your NEXT one.
Anyway,to get to the point I was going to tell you for years i lived like a nomad. We seemed to be moving every time we turned around. We always rented.
We lived in a little house that the owner always wanted to sell.
No thank you.It was fine to rent and that’s all you could say about it. He decided to show us the door because he was remodeling.
This from a landlord that couldn’t lift a finger to turn a screw.The last apartment we rented was a second floor apartment across the street from my parents. It was the MAIN reason we took it.Mon and dad needed help and now I was just a hop,skip and jump from them.
It was 100 degrees in the summer and the stairs were a nightmare but it was worth every minute i got to spend with the folks.Dad passed away while we were living there. I told husband that if anything happened to mom then we would move. The worst happened sooner than i expected and we moved to a larger double wide with a foundation.
The landlord was one of the nicest people. If something needed repaired he got it done. Maybe not as soon as you’d have liked but he was incredibly busy; understandable.Compared to the former landlord it was as different as night and day.
I told Gary mom must have been looking out for us.
One day my dream came true. We received a pre approval letter and i found a little 800 square foot house for 49k. We went to see it and found it perfect for us.We were waiting on the financing that never came.The landlord decided he had to sell. He had the house we were renting plus the one he had bought.
It wasn’t a good situation for him or for us.UnfortunatelyWe were scammed. We even had the down payment when it fell through the next day. We were there for 2 yrs total.
We’re about ready to end up in tent city when we found a house out of town. It was not the easiest move i ever made. I had grown up in the town we were leaving. I had lived there my whole life. I cried all the way up to our new house.
On the plus side no matter where lived we always made sure we paid our rent. When it comes to bills it’s always our first priority.Our motto is,rent first. If you don’t have a roof over your head the other things (like electricity and water)don’t matter.
A few weeks later siting on the front deck watching the gorgeous sunsets and enjoying the cool breezes realized mom must have been putting in a good word.
The lesson there is that when you lose something you think will be good for you and you’re all heartbroken and discouraged something better may lie ahead.The tough part is when we say thy will be done, meaning it’s not our will UNLESS we make our will conformed to His. We don’t do that very well.
I’m too old to be a nomad anymore so I’m just going to enjoy these last years here for all they’re worth.
We have a beautiful little church here to attend, the house is 1.8 k feet-the largest i’ve ever lived in-the deck is my greatest enjoyment and Trump was elected President. Life is good.God is great.I miss my folks but one day we will see each other again.
God was good in that He gave me the time to spend with them. They both passed away peacefully. Dad on July 23rd and mom a year later on June 23rd. They were good people and great parents.
As for this 23 yr marriage it hasn’t been all smooth sailing either.At one point i almost divorced him. The word was not part of my vocabulary. Now it’s a matter of staying with him out of loyalty. I’ve always been faithful. No pat on the back for that one. It’s a given. Loyalty is another matter. We’ll leave it at that. This is not a bare my soul session. There’s enough drama going on these days as it is.
I do believe that the people who have gone before us,our loved ones,are praying for us before God. Just as i believe that Our Blessed Mother,the unknown saints and angels are praying for us too.It doesn’t get better than that.
To sum this little autobiography up, i have to conclude it by saying you are just what we need in these times. You’re as smart as a whip,funny as hell and yes,you are cute as the dickens. It’s your smile and wit Joe Dan and that will win someone over someday. Hang in there! I was 40 when i finally married. Sometimes i question whether i would have been just as happy staying single.We can’t possibly know what the outcome of one choice over another would be. There’s the life we learned from and the one we live with.
I haven’t been able to donate to your show yet. Wish i could but that’s one of the drawbacks of this house. The rent is outrageous but for this area it’s actually cheap. Plus it beats a tent.
We are definitely cousins so i share the show a lot. Someday the ship will come in (we live by a Lake. That might help)and i’ll be able to donate a little something.
Finally,Congratulations on your new home & a prayer answered. You’re a terrific person. Love to see good things happen for people like yourself. Maybe you could share some photos on your website without giving your location away?