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My Kids Don’t Know We’re Poor

We’ve made happy memories in the trailer park, and that’s what matters.

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I’ve rented the same mobile home for the last 8 years. That means my younger kids have spent most of their childhood in a trailer park; my oldest, nearly half her life. Before that, we stayed in various condos and apartments, none of which were as nice as our current home.

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Working through my trauma one story at a time. Thanks for joining me on my journey.

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