DANIELS: Why I’m giving up my job, ’cause of the health care issue’

I started working at a local sheet metal repair shop in 2014 and was surprised at how quickly I got sick.

“I would just get sick and go home sick,” I said.

“I couldn’t do much, I couldn’t even lift anything.

I was just tired.

That was just the start.”

My boss told me he had been sick with a case of the flu for three days.

It was one of those things that happened.

It’s been a few months since then and I’m still sick.

I don’t know what’s going on, but I have started getting a little bit worse.

I have been hospitalized a few times and I have some pain in my legs, which is something I’ve never had before.

My pain is not necessarily in my feet or arms, it’s more like it’s in my neck and neck region.

I’ve had a headache that keeps me up at night and it just gets worse.

I feel like I’m in a hospital.

I have a lot of stress.

One of my bosses has been working full-time in the same job for almost 10 years and I know him from work.

He said he was just going through the motions of getting ready to retire, but he was so stressed that he was struggling to get a regular paycheck.

I haven’t seen him in a while, and I don´t know if I can ever come back.

I am still dealing with the health insurance problem, but my boss has been able to save some money.

It’s a big deal, because the insurance company is not willing to cover me, I can’t get any medical care and the pay is not enough.

I’m not sure if I’m going to be able to get the job I really want.

I started this job in 2018 because I wanted to be a sheet metal artist.

I did the sheet metal for a few years before I moved to Texas, and the company was great.

I liked the workers and I liked my job.

I just wanted to help people and be a good worker.

But my health problems have made me question whether I want to continue in this job, which makes me angry.

The state of Texas has had a major crisis in the health of its workers.

About 25% of the state`s workforce has been laid off.

And that number is only going to get worse.

The state has been under fire for its lack of transparency in its health care system.

I asked the governor for a public health report on the state of workers` health.

The report, released last week, found that more than half of workers who were laid off between February 2017 and March 2018 had health problems that required medical care.

The workers were mostly laid off at the company where I worked, Sheet Metal, Inc. I found out I had a heart condition.

I had some tests done, and it turned out that I was in the first stage of stage 2 coronavirus, a severe, severe case.

My heart condition is very serious and it has caused a lot more problems for me.

When I found that out, I knew it was time to quit the job.

After I was laid off, I was given my severance package and I went home sick for a month and a half.

I went back to work the next week.

I took some time off, and when I came back, I had the flu again.

At that point, I felt like I was on the brink of dying.

I think that was a good moment to give up.

This story has been updated to include comments from Sheet Metal.