Six years ago my adult daughter and I gave up everything (our home, our
friends, her college career) to move to Washington State to help care for a
dying relative, He died two years ago but we had no option but to stay here.
In May of 2020 we made the choice to self-isolate due to the pandemic. My
daughter has been my certified caregiver for 11 years due to my health
issues, so we get along beautifully and she does an excellent job of watching
over me. Before we moved to Washington State I: was diagnosed with
diabetes, underwent 11 surgeries on my feet to correct issues exacerbated
by the diabetes, became an amputee, and attended physical therapy to learn
how to walk with a prosthetic. Still, I spend more time than not in my
electric wheel chair, as my hips have partially atrophied and I don’t have
good balance anymore. Last year our car blew up and burst into flames on
the freeway, and was totalled. I want to close this loan. In January of this
year I lost my last two relatives. I have a half-sister but… PLEASE! WE JUST
WANT TO GO HOME! Rental truck and diesal fuel, insurance and AAA, the car
loan, two months’ income to cover miscellaneous needs, and money for
deposits, etc, to reestablish a secure home. We have cut out every expense
we can think of and this still comes to about $36,000.000.
What unique things would separate you from other applicants applying for this money?
Since the very day my daughter graduated high school she gave up a normal
life to take care of me. We both want her to regain her adulthood (she is
now almost 29) and make her life to live after I’m gone. I probably only
have a few years left and I want to live and die where I love the most, In
Nashville, TN. I am having some difficulty with my eyes, which many
diabetics develop. I need to know that my wonderful daughter will have a
solid, secure life after I’m gone. Two questions: do you want to see the
receipts, and how do we return any money we don’t use? WE are so grateful
for your consideration. Thank you.