Being a housekeeper is one of the most demanding jobs out there. You’ve got to clean everything from top to bottom for people who don’t have the time. Generally, those tasks you do are endless, and you’re incredibly tired at the end of the day. Still, you know it’s your lifeline and your way to earn money. Cara Simmons was a single mother in Cleveland. At 36 years old, she knew she had to do what she could to keep her job as a housekeeper. However, she never realized that a single household and job could change her life in such a big way.
Hard Working Mom of Three
Cara was a mother to three children and went out of her way to always provide and ensure that her kids had what they needed. She took up many tiring housekeeping tasks without taking a day off. Though it hurt her physical health, she never gave up, and it finally paid off.
Cara was dedicated to her mothering role and as a worker. She tended to overwork herself so much that she was hospitalized because of exhaustion. The hard work and stress gave her many health issues, such as stomach ulcers, but she kept going to care for her children and pay rent.