Tuberville Implies That All Blacks Are Criminals…

FEMA application done. Back hurts so bad that if I breathe too deep I get sharp pains along with the normal hurting pain. This is not just the muscle pain, it is again hurting deep in the spine itself. I knew it was going to happen because I stopped the in the spine shots due to the money it costs, $300 dollars vs $26 dollars for the muscle shots. I am so tired and sick of the way we have to live right now. But as I have said before on my health and as Nan recently reminded me correctly there are people who have it worse, who have lost their entire homes, who are living in hotels or with friends trying to get money from FEMA or where ever they can to pay their immediate bills. I looked this morning and both our checking accounts are nearly drained and it is only the 9th of the month. I don’t know how we get by soon without dipping hard into the savings we need to rebuild. We applied to FEMA but how soon the money will come is anyones guess. Because we can live in part of our home we don’t qualify for immediate disaster money relief. Food and other supplies don’t qualify for immediate relief. Hugs

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Best wishes and Hugs,

4 thoughts on “Tuberville Implies That All Blacks Are Criminals…

  1. Who would’ve thought when you made that “big” (and justifiable) purchase 2-3 weeks ago that it would come back to haunt you?

    One good thing! I just saw this: “Sep 30, 2022 The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has expedited access to flood insurance dollars in the wake of Hurricane Ian, according to Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis.”

    AND … “Policyholders affected by Hurricane Ian can now receive between $5,000 and $20,000 with documentation prior to an inspection by an adjuster.”

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    1. Hello Nan. The bed expense? Oh we needed that. We were sleeping on the floor on air mattresses and these old bodies are not designed for that. As for the flood insurance most of the people I know here had no insurance at all and no one had flood insurance. Besides the majority wouldn’t be able to get reimbursement because the wind / rain of a hurricane is considered different from a flood. The water damage for each is separate. Like for us we had to specify on our FEMA claim if it was damage caused by “Hurricane wind / rain water” or “rising flood waters”. Hugs

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    2. Hello Nan. I am not sure if I mentioned this before but due to our placement on this side of I-75 and the age of our homes (ours is a 1984) we can not get insurance. But if you do get insurance they charge top dollar and only pay out a prorated worth of your home from its built date. Which in our case would be less than ten grand. Hugs


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