Life in a tin can

What does that mean? Life in a tin can. For me, it means I’m stuck and I can’t get out. I’m not saying that I’m not happy because I am happy I have everything in the world to be happy for. Except for I can’t leave my tin can which actually isn’t made of 10 and it’s not even a can it’s a house and I am an in-home care person who takes care of somebody they love 24 hours a day and so I have given up everything and everybody to do it which I don’t regret but it is what I would call life in a tin can.

3 responses to “Life in a tin can”

  1. ❤️❤️
    Please take care mlle Isteb, It do take courage to live in a tin can, or a cereal box 😊

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    1. How bouts a tree stump? Hehe, your fun

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      1. Indeed, between a rock and a hard place. Mossy place.

        Take care of you mlle


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