Working Mother Trains New Employee, But Has No Idea It's Actually Her Boss Undercover.
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When Tanna returned from her final shift at Mr. Appliance, she came home to her husband sitting at the kitchen table with a beer in his hand. He had a solemn expression on his face and his heart was a bit heavy. Their plan was for Tanna to go back to work after her maternity leave and then she would hand in her two-weeks notice at the end of the year. They were spending so much on nannies! But, then her husband said something that stopped her heart.
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They were welcoming their fourth child into the world when they found out that Michael lost his job.They were only getting by because of their savings, and their plan was now impossible. As the years passed, Tanna kept working to support her family while Michael did whatever he could to find work. Every morning he would bring the kids to school while Tanna was working. Every evening, Tanna would pick them up and get them ready for bed while Michael completed his training to become a firefighter. They were more than tired. Then one day, Tanna received a phone call.
The Struggle Is Real
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The number of people in this world who struggle to support their families is phenomenal. Some people are eating off of gold plates, while others can't scrape enough change together to buy a loaf of bread for their children.
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Tanna and her husband were losing so much time with their children. And what's the point of having a family if they only got to spend time with each other a few hours out of the day? When Tanna answered that call and a scout was on the line offering a role in a reality TV show pilot, she was interested. She would be paid for her time and it wouldn't take away from her family. Michael encouraged her to do it, but they never expected it to leave such an impression on their lives.
Working full time to support your family keeps you away from the family that you're trying to support. It's a harsh reality for those that struggle to get by on a daily basis. Would Tanna ever be able to get her family out of that vicious cycle?
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