Sunday 8th of January 2017 09:17:30 AM
We were a day late when the phone calls started happening. We have recently gotten custody of our three stepdaughters as their mom vanished two years ago to a life of men and drugs. She lives at the beach and she is having a great life or so she says on Facebook. Yeah, I snooped, but oh well, just can't understand a mother (which she isn't) walking away from their children and never calling, not on birthdays, Christmas, nothing. Not even a simple Happy Birthday on Facebook yet she can tell everyone else... Anyway, this post isn't about that. That's a whole other soap box. Okay, so we take out this loan, stupid as hell on our part... My husband gets paid this Tuesday. I tell them we are coming to pay. Last Thursday, well just so happens, he got a flat tire and had to call in. The job was supposed to be done and he would have gotten paid Thursday. Well, he had to call out Thursday, because he has low profile tires and they were hard as he** to find at a used tire shop. We finally found one 40 miles away, and after several incidents, we were good to go. Then we come home. Well, he does HVAC work and just got his first job since being laid off and starting his own company. He was to get paid when the job was finished. Granted we owe every bit of it out. Well, anyway, Friday it rained, and the units are outside, so he could not go that day. Now, last night, we have been hiding it in the woods and a tow truck has not been here since the first one did, a week ago. Well sure enough about 3am, in pulls a red wrecker. I went out there and talked to the man. He let us get all of our stuff out. However, I am wondering if I could not have just told him no, he could not have the car, since it was not on the roll back. Matter fact because of the way my husband's truck is, it is a low rider with air bags, if I could have just told them to leave since they are on private property?