The tears welled up in her eyes. Sharon, a woman I’ve always known to be steady as rock, was falling apart right in front of me.
“What am I going to do, Gary?” She asked. My friend looked lost. Broken. Pitiful.
“What about the bills? The house, the cars… everything.”
I didn’t know what to do for her really, other than sympathize and listen.
Sharon is a wonderful person. She’s smart, honest, a hard worker, and she’s talented.
Sharon has worked in marketing for many years – and has been successful at it.
She also runs a blog which began as a hobby or a kind of side project that she hoped would eventually produce some income for her… or maybe not.
Initially, it really didn’t matter either way. She had a good job that she liked and that paid her very well.
But, as happens more often than not, Sharon’s life changed. Dramatically.