Poverty At 60 +
Mike Essig

“It is desperate prayers against dental catastrophes, blown tires, surprises of any sort.” and for some of us who don’t pray (because we’ve learned that there is no Big Daddy), it’s fighting for decades against the roots of poverty. Only to find ourselves living in 2017 with a psychotic Big Daddy looming over us. Raised three kids on my own after my old man split — took me years to recognize that what I thought was depression, was exhaustion.

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