Post by graciest719 on Oct 13, 2016 20:25:01 GMT -5
Sorry, immigration is my hill to die on. People come here to get a better life and many work much, much harder than we do doing jobs we turn our noses up at. I deal with the children of immigrants everyday. Do you know who shows up at PTA meetings? Hispanic parents that don't understand anything that is being said, but they are supporting their kids and that's all that matters. I deal with kids that don't speak English, kids that poop on the playground because they are so scared to talk to white people they won't ask to go to the bathroom, 10 year olds that are homeless because their parents have been deported and they have nowhere to sleep. It's heartbreaking.
I was a cashier at a grocery store back in the day and the majority of folks with WIC were very embarrassed. I had folks slyly slide their Access cards for fear of someone seeing and going on a food stamp rant. That job was eye opening, in regard to WIC and food stamps. Not one person made me feel like it was being abused and like they were getting away with something. They all legit needed that assistance.
maddisonrose i agree but i still wish i had an all out crazy bachlorette party. I was barely 21 when we got married and all my girl friends were still 20. Young and broke, we partied in a hotel room. I think this is why i want DH to go all out in vegas with me one anniversary and get "hitched" (renew our vows) infront of Elvis, or in a chapel of horror in some cheesy ass costumes. Haha. Let me pretend to be wild for one night
Post by maddisonrose on Oct 13, 2016 21:03:17 GMT -5
ruemorgan you totally need an over the top night of wild partying!! I guess more of my issue is coming from a current gf of mine needing to go away for a weekend and cross off as many wild things as possible.
Post by tacocatmom on Oct 14, 2016 19:07:03 GMT -5
We had a bachelor/bachelorette cruise! The girls and guys stayed on separate sides of the ship, but of course we would run into them. It was the most awesome drunken shit show ever!!! There was 18 of us.
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