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    i want to start saying that i gave birth to a 12 week premature baby that had a tumor half the size of her body. she had the tumor removed and blood tests kept going up she underwent chemotherapy. as if being premature isnt enough to overcome having cancer on top of it. also the tumor caused permant damage to her bladder and kidneys and nerve damage to both legs. the extent of the damage is unknown. due to all the hospital stays (we lived 2 1/2 hours from the hospital) my husband lost his job. we were unable to keep up with the bills so we decided to move into an abandoned trailer my mother owns and fix it up. she agreed that we could live there and knew the extent of work that was needed to make it liveable. the water lines had froze and burst and ruined all the floors so it all had to be replaced. we spent over $3000 to fix up this trailer. we are almost finished and now my mom wants to kick us out. all of the money and work came from us, no help from anyone. how can a mother and a grandmother kick her own daughter and grandkids out on the street. we have no place to go. the baby is my 3rd child. .

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    i just want to add to my message. my husband finally got a job after being unemplyed for 7 months. he starts sunday!!!

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      Originally posted by kem3angels View Post
      i want to start saying that i gave birth to a 12 week premature baby that had a tumor half the size of her body. she had the tumor removed and blood tests kept going up she underwent chemotherapy. as if being premature isnt enough to overcome having cancer on top of it. also the tumor caused permant damage to her bladder and kidneys and nerve damage to both legs. the extent of the damage is unknown. due to all the hospital stays (we lived 2 1/2 hours from the hospital) my husband lost his job. we were unable to keep up with the bills so we decided to move into an abandoned trailer my mother owns and fix it up. she agreed that we could live there and knew the extent of work that was needed to make it liveable. the water lines had froze and burst and ruined all the floors so it all had to be replaced. we spent over $3000 to fix up this trailer. we are almost finished and now my mom wants to kick us out. all of the money and work came from us, no help from anyone. how can a mother and a grandmother kick her own daughter and grandkids out on the street. we have no place to go. the baby is my 3rd child. .
      Go this this site and see if there's anyone there that can help-
      http://www.vdacs.virginia.gov/consum...landlord.shtml

      So far I've heard good things about them, so who knows.
      I hope that helps. If not, let me know and I'll see what else there is.
      I don't believe what I write, and neither should you. Information furnished to you is for debate purposes only, be sure to verify with your own research.
      Keep in mind that the information provided may not be worth any more than either a politician's promise or what you paid for it (nothing).
      I also may not have been either sane or sober when I wrote it down.
      Don't worry, be happy.

      http://www.rcfp.org/taping/index.html is a good resource!

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