So I just called a nearby sewing machine repair shop and according to them, I would end up paying around $70 to fix what's wrong with my Singer. I paid $40 for it. I've barely had this thing for a month. I legitimately want to cry.
My name is Jessica and I was born and raised in Connecticut. I graduated with a degree in Accounting, which I did nothing with, and recently decided to go back to school for nursing because I want to actually help people and have absolutely nothing to do with the financial industry. I'm a metalhead that's obsessed with autumn and Halloween, and I have a deep appreciation for the little things in life. There is beauty in almost anything if you look hard enough.