EVICTION IMMEDIATELY

Update posted by Michele Ingram On Jul 09, 2018

Went to court, must be out no later than 12/31/18. Gives us more time but nothing else has changed. I'm still looking for a job. Roadblocks - I don't have a degree but have worked many years and had several jobs without one. I'm not bilingual and I need a job that offers medical benefits. It's not easy out there. Another issue, people won't hire you without experience. I can't even get hired in a supermarket or department store, I've tried over and over. How can I get experience unless you hire me, give me a chance. I'm a fast learner. I'm trying, I truly am. Maybe this is God intervening. I'm not happy not working. We need the money. I am getting unemployment, thank God for that. I would rather be working but maybe there is a reason it's not happening. I'm helping with the packing. My husband can't do this by himself, I couldn't do this by myself. We are surrounded by boxes right now but hopefully they'll just go in a truck, right to our new place.

This is where we're at right now.

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Update posted by Michele Ingram On Jun 24, 2018

The eviction court date is now June 26. We don’t know what we’re in for. I hope we will still have access to the premises to get our belongings

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Update posted by Michele Ingram On Jun 04, 2018

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Anonymous

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May your burdens be lifted soon. I pray that as this door closes a better one will open. Good luck friend.

Maria Lurdes Cuco Rocha

Backed with $150.00 On May 08, 2018

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Sharon Ramsey

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I hope this helps in some way

Brenda H Livesay

Backed with $25.00 On May 07, 2018

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I know Michele and Richie Amy Almeida. And I have no doubt that one day they will indeed "pay it forward." They are great folks.

Joy Blakeslee

Posted On May 06, 2018

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Dear Michele, I am so sorry you guys are going through this. You have been a wonderful friend to me. And I know that you and Richie have always been decent, hard working people. When I think of all the housing agencies we tried, and the jobs you applied for, it makes me realize how scary living even in the U.S. can be these days. I am so glad that you got a least some work, but realize it is not enough to deal with this immediate situation. Whenever I think of you, the thought comes into my head, "There but for the grace of God go I." It could happen to so many people. I am really concerned. Wish we hadn't moved so far away. Much love to you and Richie. Joy

Joy Blakeslee

Backed with $40.00 On May 06, 2018

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Anonymous

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Hope people will help you outof this mess. One day pay it forward

Amy Almeida

Backed with $40.00 On Apr 29, 2018

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