Im at work, with no work to do. Then I get a call from my husband. The landlord for our business is proceeding to evict us, I've been telling them we will pay when I get my husbands anuity money, it will be processed 10/1/09 the end of the quarter. What ever. We tried to sell, we tried to get some one to take over, hoping that we wouldn't have to use his retirement money. But nothing ever works out for us. So now we loose the business, loose his retirement money, have huge debt because of the business. Hubby just called me again, saying how sick he feels. So as I try to hold myself together here at work, the tears fill my eyes and all I can think of is try to let it go, it is what it is and there is nothing I can do. I can't even leave work because I have to answer the phones all afternoon because someone else is out today. All I wanted was a small miracle, someone to pay the back rent & take over the note. Im so scared of what the future holds for us, hubby will be unemployed. I guess we'll survive, it wont be pretty. Worst thing is we worked so hard to get here and now its all gone.
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