In need of some support

Another thought for jobs in the summer is dog/house sitter, if you can manage to leave your own overnight. Around here that pays $40/$50 per night, and is an alternative for people who don't want to kennel their dogs. I have dog walkers for when I am out of town, and they get $15 per walk, and seem to have lots of business.

A good friend worked her way through school cleaning homes with a 'Merry Maid' sort of company. You do need a car for that but as a bonus she learned how to clean her house completely in under 2 hours! Dog walking/sitting is good too, again, you may need your car for that. Best of luck to you.

πŸ˜ƒ whish me luck guys !!!
I have a interview this Wednesday at 2 wtih Lush cometics!! πŸ˜ƒ
Also lucky enough a iPad 2 and my cracked screen iphone πŸ™‚ so yay $900 debt down from from 1300$!!
Love it ! All starting to work out ! πŸ™‚ and I start college classes next Monday! πŸ˜ƒ everything's looking better already !!

Good luck with your interview and be proud of yourself.

Jolanda and Kaiser

I LOVE Lush Tama….if you get on there maybe you can mail me some goodies????

Hi! Guys!! πŸ™‚ well life's getting a bit better , didn't get the job 😣
But I did start my veterinary office assistant program this (Monday 7th) so that's a plus !!
And we did end up selling the car to cover cost of other things πŸ™‚ so looking to the Brightside it's awesome πŸ™‚
If we have any luck by September Julio should be working πŸ™‚ and I'll be half way done my program and ready to start
A practicum and job by November

I'm glad to hear from you again and happy that things are looking up for you.

If you were in the USA there is lots of financial aid assistance for students, but Canada I have no idea. Glad things are coming together. I also know nothing about getting a Permanent visa when there on visitor one. Here they often require you to go back to your country, apply and wait. I know Canadian writer Joe Mallozzi has a girlfriend from Japan who has been on visitor visa. They've been together several years but the process to get her a permanent visa took them over a year. Hopefully you can get that done quickly so he can work.

I spent about 6 mos working as a groom for a stable in my mid 20s. I found it hell. As an avid horse lover, the things they do to horses are appalling. Of the 10 hotwalkers and 12 grooms only one other person and I had ever RIDDEN a horse. But I had dreamed of horse racing thanks to the old Black Stallion books, so I took off a bit of down time to try it. I am glad you have taken another career.

I hope your father is doing better. And that you are proud of how you are handling so many life changes, stresses and things because far from "pity", I find you admirable!

Debra πŸ™‚ thank you for positive thoughts πŸ™‚
And yes here in canada all we get are federal loans and provincial loans , it still only covered the cost of my tuition which is something
And we did sell the car to help with a few things , and here in canada people either go back to there country or apply from within the country but they must always have a valid status , visitor visa , work permit , student etc .. πŸ™‚ if we're lucky by September we will have some news from Canada immigration πŸ™‚ that he is eligible for a open work permit πŸ™‚
My dad is doing better now , he went in for a check up with the specialist and yes the tumor was cancerous
so he will have to go back in 3 months again to get checked out , and etc so keep track of things πŸ™‚
I can't wait to finish school and get a job - and even start back again with horses -ha probably end up taking a a equine sciences diploma program online afterwards ,
And yes I worked at the track some things they do are horrible , others are great and take amazing care of them it's a hit and miss !

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