Hello to all the angels who can help us in our desperate time of need...
My name is Chey, and I am a mother of 3 little ones ages 2, 4 & 6. We lost a loving father and husband the summer of 2013 when I was just 2 months pregnant with our son, and he was always working hard to take care of home. Now that we are without him, we need help to get back in our home now. We were evicted and now living in our car which is dead. Our car/home needs a new battery, 4 tires and insurance. I am in desperate need of some financial help from anyone who can bless us during this tough time with the money to pay our past due and hopefully some future rent, bills and car repairs. We received a 3 day notice for the rent on our door, a notice of disconnection for the electricity and water, a notice of expiration and lapse in car insurance and now we also need some critically necessary car repairs.
I have a rare genetic blood disorder that causes chronic DVT blood clots mostly from my hips down into my legs that make it hard to walk or move most days. I also get blood clots in my hands and arms too. I have had 7 surgeries on my legs so far to try and remove some of the blood clots that block the blood flow to my legs; however, I still have and continue to get multiple blood clots all the time. During the 7th surgery, they also placed an IVC filter that will hopefully help protect me from the clots that could travel to my heart, lungs, or brain and cause a stroke or death, and they placed stents in both legs to try and help with blood flow. The extensive surgeries on my legs left me unable to walk afterwards and it took me nearly a year to learn how to walk all over again. I started with a wheelchair, went to a walker and then a cane which I still use some days, and they caused permanent nerve damage resulting in a life-long issue with neuropathy too. On top of my blood clot issues, I also have a broken ankle for life now that I have had surgery on and was told that it can't be completely fixed. I've had several consultations to try and repair my ankle with all the doctors stating that they don't believe its worth a surgery because it wouldn't give me any improvement due to the location of the fractured bone and the surgery also puts me at risk with my blood clot issues. I also suffer from several slipped and bulging discs in my back, neuropathy, fibromyalgia, chronic migraines from a photosensitivity in my eyes, and osteoarthritis. I have to take blood thinners and many other medications daily due to my medical issues. I really need to see my hematologist who I'm actually supposed to see regularly for monitoring, but I don't have any way to get to the office for appointments.
Any donations that we are blessed with would be going to our living expenses first: past, present & future rent, electricity, water, necessary car repairs & insurance and other necessities(diapers,toilet paper,etc). If we are blessed beyond that, I would use any other donations to assist with medical expenses to see my hematologist, neurologist and other medical costs for prescriptions, labs, imaging appts and medical equipment.
My 6 year old, Zari, is my oldest daughter and she is such a pretty, happy-go-lucky, sweet, emotional, sensitive and caring little girl. Over the summer, she fractured both her wrists when she fell down at the park playground, and that has been very hard to deal with. She also suffers from a sleep disorder that causes her to be excessively tired throughout the day because when she is asleep, she is not getting into the REM cycle for any actual rest. Unfortunately, after trying everything the doctors suggested with no luck, she will hopefully be able to grow out of the sleeping disorder at some point in the next few years. She also has some learning difficulties and anxiety that she has to work through as well. She sees an occupational therapist to help her work on some of these issues.
My 4 year old, Zoë, is a beautiful, vibrant, bubbly and super energetic little girl who wants to be like her big sister and the baby at the same time. She has some behavior issues that she sees the occupational therapist for help with too.
My 2 year old, Cartier, is a gorgeous, tough, fun-loving and snuggly little boy. He is the Lil man of the house, and he loves his ladies.
Thank you for any support and if you can pass our story along to anyone else who can help we greatly appreciate it. I don't have a Facebook account or any family that can share our story. Thanks again and have a blessed day!