"HER THING" - Diary of a Prisoner's Wife

"Her Thing" - Episode 9: October 12, 2015

February 15, 2021 Maria Lindbloom Season 1 Episode 9
"HER THING" - Diary of a Prisoner's Wife
"Her Thing" - Episode 9: October 12, 2015
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"HER THING" - Diary of a Prisoner's Wife
"Her Thing" - Episode 9: October 12, 2015
Feb 15, 2021 Season 1 Episode 9
Maria Lindbloom

IN THIS EPISODE:

Well, I'm finally out of the Spruce house, even though it took a bit of finagling to get my stuff out. It's not all totally out, though. I just piled up a bunch of stuff in the garage so I could lock up the house because I'd already given the keys to the real estate agent. I said (and still say) that this move took a good 5 years off my life with the stress of it all. The morning of my final move out, I walked in to find a crazy situation with the cats. The poor things had been scared and neglected a bit as I packed up loads of stuff and made endless trips back and forth. Thank God they're so resilient! The worst was behind me, but I had a work trip coming up to Charleston, SC and had no idea where my business clothes were. At the end of this recording, I just pray to God for some help in getting through it. Money was so tight that I was concerned I was going to bounce the mover's check. I admitted that I'm not the greatest with money. It's just not my forte. But at the time, I had no choice. I had to do it all--it was all on my shoulders.

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Show Notes

IN THIS EPISODE:

Well, I'm finally out of the Spruce house, even though it took a bit of finagling to get my stuff out. It's not all totally out, though. I just piled up a bunch of stuff in the garage so I could lock up the house because I'd already given the keys to the real estate agent. I said (and still say) that this move took a good 5 years off my life with the stress of it all. The morning of my final move out, I walked in to find a crazy situation with the cats. The poor things had been scared and neglected a bit as I packed up loads of stuff and made endless trips back and forth. Thank God they're so resilient! The worst was behind me, but I had a work trip coming up to Charleston, SC and had no idea where my business clothes were. At the end of this recording, I just pray to God for some help in getting through it. Money was so tight that I was concerned I was going to bounce the mover's check. I admitted that I'm not the greatest with money. It's just not my forte. But at the time, I had no choice. I had to do it all--it was all on my shoulders.

Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mlindbloom)