Christianity · Temporary income

Keeping Income Going

I’ve spent the past several days working a temporary job just to get income.  As you may know, I am a Christian homeless woman, living in a van now, but living in a vehicle for a total of seven months, since March 1, 2017.

I’m driving a delivery truck taking mostly auto parts from Bellevue and Kent, Washington, into Richland, Washington, five nights a week.  That’s close to 200 miles one-way, so I’ve not had a chance to blog because I sleep during my time off and don’t have time to do anything else.

Here’s a video: Driving my big truck into Bellevue

I’ve very tired, and have worked over 75 hours in the past five work days.  Tonight I have off, but Sunday night I will again drive my truck into Richland, making a stop in Sunnyside, Washington, to pick up samples of cow milk that will be tested for any bacteria which will then be delivered up to Pendleton, Oregon where they test the milk.  I drove to Pendleton one night when they needed someone to make the delivery because their regular person wasn’t available.

Here’s a short video going through a slow down on Snoqualmie Pass:  Traffic slows down through Snoqualmie Pass

I am a Christian, and I know my life is getting better, and I trust God to see me through.