Looking for a little faith

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Back on the 16th of August, 2019 my wife Erin had emergency salpingectomy surgery to remove her right fallopian tube due to the severity of endometriosis. Erin was off work for 33 days while short term disability helped some but not enough. The bills kept coming and getting behind. My paycheck is enough for groceries fule for work and running my kids to school. Erin returned back to work after 33 day's off. After working on and off she had to resign from her position as her pain had returned. Her surgeon had left her left fallopian tube in as we would like to still and try to have children of our own one day. I myself have 2 with a prior engagement. But now things have turned for the worse once again and the dream's of having a child together is no longer an option. The surgeon recommends a second surgery for a full hysterectomy and will find out the surgery date on 01/23/20. Our gas was disconnected on 01/14/20 and have been surviving the cold temp's on 2 space heaters. I for one am not the one to be asking for help but rather helping and now I am on the other side of the table. We have a lot on our plates and a long road ahead of us because matter what that little word called hope sticks on my mind no matter what the situation may be! 

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