On Fri, May 21, 2010 at 5:44 AM,
Born and raised without a Pennie to spare...
On Wed, May 19, 2010 at 4:53 PM,
Erin E. Lowe
My family after the divorce between mom and dad when we were little ended up in poor living conditions because of having four kids to feed so at a very young age we lived in the project and the street smarts we learned very fast and at the age of 15 we had to work delivering newspaper because there were times we did not have food in the house and if you needed new close or shoes you had to come up with the money to do that. I lived with my dad and two brothers so I had to learn how to cook, clean, get groceries, do homework so I had very little time to socializes or for myself I read a lot of books thought every chance I got I also goad a lot, I was in track and field in high school and cope were always on me and the boys back all the time because of where we end up living and they new about our family members being in criminal activity and we were being raised by a signal parent.it wasn't easy. sometime I still feel like that young Irish girl braking my back just to get by and no-one caring and trying to find some little self respect that I can get. So that's my story of my life in the projects growing up, don't sound so sweet does it. At least you had your mom and dad together to help you, my mom ran off with her boyfriend I didn't see her a lot after the divorce and all the responsibility was on Dad. Than God that Dad was a well educated, strong Irish man.
your friend Erin
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