Well. I made a big leap this morning. A leap of faith.
I organized a Go Fund Me campaign.
I am really good asking for help for others. I am not so good asking for help for myself.
When I was nine years old, I walked my neighborhood door to door in a suburb in Westlake, Daly City asking for donations to save the dolphins being trapped in tuna nets. From there, I volunteered and raised money for any cause that tugged at my heart. I have always wanted to help and be of service. When I had a lot of money during my days working in the mortgage industry, I wrote a big check to send three women, pregnant, carrying new life to fly to across the states for a vigil against the war during the Bush days. In 2006 I had a farm. I rescued baby goats, dogs, and horses and gave them everything I had.
I feel like I have to share this with you to let you know, that I am a giving person, not a taking person.
It is hard to ask for help for myself.
Today, I am the one asking for help. It is not just for me. There is a bigger picture and mission.
I have wrote in detail about my Go Fund Me campaign at the link below. It is for funds to buy an RV, so that we can upgrade our living situation from a mini van & tent. If you feel that this is something you would like to support, I am grateful if you could contribute and share the campaign.
If you don't feel comfortable supporting or sharing or cannot at this time. Please know that I understand and I don't expect you to.
I am grateful you are here reading my writing and following my blog.
Thank you for being here.
Here is the link to the Go Fund Me Page.
Again, thank for giving me the space and honoring my heart to ask for help.