A mother of two from Utah says she’s been out on the job for seven years but has no idea why she’s not at home with her two young children.
“It’s a big life sentence for a lot of people,” Amy Gershman told The Salt Lake Tribune.
“I’m a mom.
It’s not about me.
It just sucks.
I’m a single mom with two kids. “
They’re not around.
I’m a single mom with two kids.
I don’t know why.
Gerswaman, a 35-year-old homemaker, moved from Salt Lake City to her hometown of Cedar City, Utah, in February to work at a bakery and retail store. “
The whole thing is a total mess.”
Gerswaman, a 35-year-old homemaker, moved from Salt Lake City to her hometown of Cedar City, Utah, in February to work at a bakery and retail store.
“There are a lot more things that I can do now than I can work,” she said.
“That’s why I went to Cedar City.
I had a job and a little bit of extra money, but I just wanted to be home with my kids.”
The Utah-based company, Gershwam’s, has about 500 full-time employees.
Her husband, Mark, is a manager.
“We’re in the middle of a transition right now, so I just want to be there for my kids,” Gershawman said.
The two have two children, ages 2 and 7.
She says she’ll likely have to start a new job as soon as the transition is complete, and she plans to file for bankruptcy protection if she can’t find a new one soon.
She said she plans on applying for disability benefits soon.
“When you lose a job, it’s very difficult,” Gieswaman said.
She also plans to start working part-time at the bakery to help supplement her income.
Gershawn said she doesn’t think the whole situation will change much, but she’s hoping to find another job to help support her family.
“Hopefully I can find something to support my family,” she told the newspaper.
They’ve helped me through everything.” “
And I know I have a family, and I’m grateful for all they’ve done for me.
They’ve helped me through everything.”
Geeshawn has filed for bankruptcy and will be collecting her benefits.
The newspaper reports that Gersawman is now working from home to make ends meet.