The Raleigh movers present Obama's letterSometimes we look at our lives and say things are tough and everything sucks. All My Sons of Raleigh, your local Raleigh movers, want you to think positively. Sometimes you need to look at how much others are struggling to then realize that you don't have it that bad. It's difficult to make money these days, we are all aware of this, but nevertheless money is out there to be made. You simply need to find a way how. Jennifer Cline a young mother of two has seen her share of bad luck. Jennifer lost her home due to a foreclosure. Her husband, Jason lost his swimming-pool business. Jennifer also lost her job as a pharmacy technician. The Cline's racked up $50,000 in credit card debt and had to file for bankruptcy. And to top it all off, Jennifer was diagnosed with skin cancer. She decided one day to write a letter to President Obama saying: “I lost my job, my health benefits and my self worth in a matter of five days.” She also added a positive note: “In just a couple of years, we will be in a great spot."For those of you who don't know,
President Obama personally hand writes two-threee letters a day to whomever is lucky enough to receive a response from him. Jennifer was one of these people. President Obama responded the following to Jennifer's letter: “Thanks for the very kind and inspiring letter," I know times are tough, but knowing there are folks out there like you and your husband give me confidence that things will keep getting better!"Jennifer is trying to save some money to help with her cancer treatment and also get her house back. The handwritten letter from Obama will actually come in handy because an autograph dealer Gary Zimet agreed to pay $7000.00 for the letter. To him it's a valuable piece of history and to Jennifer well it's money that she needs. All My Sons of Raleigh want to share this small inspiring story with you because it's important to be happy with what you have and sometimes we tend to forget that. Jennifer had bad luck, and maybe now her luck is turning and she will be able to move back into her home and be cancer free one day.
Yes times are hard and making money is not easy, but as you can see through Jennifer's story, when there's a will, well then, there's a way. You can save money for that new car. You can find that job that will help you save up for that new home. When you do make the purchase of that new home, remember to trust the Raleigh movers for a great moving experience. When times are hard remember to hang in there and have faith because things will get better.