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#1 pyroman2498



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Posted 21 July 2016 - 08:31 PM

Ok .. this in not an easy post for me to do but i felt it needed to be out so people know what has recently happend. 
First thing is first , I have meet MANY pyros in the past few years , a handful have offered me jobs, i have taken up with a local pyro to start working for a company close by http://www.eastcoastpyro.com/home.php , This is great because its a tiny bit of money doing something i love to do ! 

Second , this is the part that i dont like , Recently i have had a not so good thing happen in my life , my moms husband decided that he wanted to beat the crap out of me and because of that it looks like my mom is getting a divorce... This is where the quieting pyro comes in to place ., Because pyro is so expensive i will not be able to afford this hobby anymore, My mom going back to being a single parent is really gonna killer her on her money, we are broke as it is but this will bring us to a whole new level. So im giving up pyro so i can help my mom pay her bills. My last pyro date will be in Sep. as thats my clubs BIG shoot..
I will still be around to help answer any question and such but as far as building anything , not till i can afford to get up to my club sadly. 
Thanks for sticking around to read this ,

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Posted 21 July 2016 - 10:47 PM

Sorry to hear this Steven. And, I have to say, You don't hear much about pyrotechnicians getting beat up often. To me, that would be like juggling Black Mambas!  Not to make light of the situation, I wish you and your mom the best. Your obvious passion for pyro and your dedication to the forum shows character and leadership. At different times in my life, I have yearned for such qualities in someone to stand beside me. Hard times will soon subside, and better times are coming. Your mom is lucky to have you. I wish you and yours the best. 

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Posted 22 July 2016 - 03:04 AM

I'm sorry to hear that, and I hope things get better for you and your family quickly, as I'm sure they will.

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