Posted September 26, 2018 12:08:54A post shared by kate nathan (@katenathan) on Sep 26, 18:08″I am a single mother of two, and my husband and I have two young children.
It is very hard to have a baby when I am working so hard and raising our kids, and I feel like I am doing all I can to stay afloat.
I want to be able to spend my days with my kids, but I also want to make sure I get the water I need to survive.
I’m looking forward to the day I can take my kids to a play date, or go to the park.
I love water so much and I love being able to drink it.
What I don’t want is to be in a position where I have to go out and buy bottled water or water that I cannot drink because of the water shortage,” she said.KATE NATHAN, 50, and her husband, MARK, are both single mothers.
She lives in an area of San Francisco known as Mission Bay, but she said that in the past, she and her family have had to choose between water, bottled water, or the creek that runs through the backyard.
The problem, she said, is that it’s difficult to find fresh water and even harder to find good quality water.
“It’s a shame because there is so much good water and good quality tap water out there, and we want to give it to our children, but unfortunately it’s hard to get ahold of,” she added.
The couple, who own two properties, has tried to get water in a plastic bag but the water bottles they have had come out of the creek.
They also get bottled water at the supermarket, but it does not always come with a plastic container, she added.
“My husband is the one who brings water to us from the creek, and that is where we find it, and it’s a real shame.
He has to go to work every day, and when we go to pick up our children at school, he has to come with us.
We are so desperate to have it for them,” she continued.”
The kids can’t go to school if they have to drink this water.
That is really bad for them and it is really hard for them to learn how to drink, and they do not have the money to buy the water they need.”
While the couple are concerned that the water shortages are causing them problems, the water is also the source of many of their happiness.
“I have three kids who are five and eight, and the children are not getting any fresh water.
When I see my kids drinking from the tap, I feel really happy.
I am so grateful to be alive,” she explained.
KATE NICOLAS, 43, said that she was recently diagnosed with cancer and has been struggling to make ends meet.
“There are days when I can’t afford to pay the rent.
I have had a lot of bills and I can only work part time, and because of my cancer diagnosis I have been working from home for almost three years now.
I also have a mortgage and I cannot afford the monthly payments.
I feel that if I don�t get the money for my water bill, I will never be able or want to pay my water bills,” she concluded.