When my son was six weeks old he had open heart surgery. The health insurance covered his surgery completely. I just want him to be healthy.
I’m the block captain of this block. If anyone on this block needs brooms, the shovels that we have, we get them from the city. Just take care of it. And use it. Last year they gave us flowers and everything to plant. Everybody has a garden now.
Melanie works full time (and sometimes overtime) for a medical care company, but still doesn't make enough to live on her own and cover all her expenses.
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