When I remember that December is coming, I get anxious. We pay rent at the end of the year and we don’t have it. We’re saving all we can but we’re only halfway there. Call Me By Your Name Timothee Chalamet Poster. My husband sells kabobs but it’s not going well. I’m selling bananas to help out. My children are wearing torn school uniforms. I can only afford books for some of them. I prioritize by who will get in the least amount of trouble with their teachers. The smallest one doesn’t have any books right now, because I need the oldest one to get high marks. I don’t know what I’ll do if we get evicted. But I bounce back. I’m a happy person. And all of the shopkeepers around here are my friends. We keep each other distracted. We play jokes on each other. We make each other laugh. And we share what we have.
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Some of them are drivers, and if they drive out to the province, they’ll bring back food for me. So life can be good. Things are manageable. And I’m fine as long as I stay busy. Call Me By Your Name Timothee Chalamet Poster. I only withdraw when I remember the challenges I have. There’s no decorum in this country when it comes to childbirth. Our society expects you to have children. People start watching your stomach immediately after marriage. Soon the questions begin from family, friends, and eventually complete strangers. Thankfully I have a supportive partner, because we went through seven miscarriages and two stillbirths. The pressure from family was unbearable. I was made to drink potions. I bathed in holy water. At one point I was even stripped naked in front of people to be scanned in the spirit realm.