It's true, this is only a small part of the story and is only from our perspective. Also, our perspective was limited to the interpretation of the reporter and the space he had to work with.
It may be true that Sandra worked as hard as she could to get us paid and was feeling guilty and devastated, but we never saw any of that feeling. She avoided us when she could and when she couldn't, she just shrugged her shoulders and said, 'We're all in the same boat". We would have appreciated a little compassion when I told her about Lisa getting her eviction notice or when none of us had any money to buy presents for our children. My son is too young to know the difference anyway, but Lisa had to tell her daughter that Santa missed their house. Well, she did say she was sorry at the company Christmas party and asked that we pray to God for him to help us.
I am sorry that all of this went down the way that it did. I know that Sandra & Travis are struggling too, but all of this could have been avoided, but what's done is done. I believe that out of every ending comes a new beginning and I am grateful for the opportunity I had working at the Santoscoy Food Group. I learned so much and those lessons will bring me an even better opportunity. But I sure would like my money.
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