A Quick Check-in

A lot has been going on here in my part of the world.  We lost one of my brothers-in-law in early September.  When The Husband and I got back from the funeral trip we were greeted with very upset neighbors here in the apartment complex talking about letters they received on their doors saying they needed to move out.  The next day, The Husband and I went to the office to find out what was going on.  It is as follows:

The apartment complex was sold.  Old management is gone.  According to the office staff, no one has an existing lease and everyone needs to be out by October 31st.  Since The Husband and I asked questions, we received that very evening a letter on our door saying we had broken our lease.  Yeah, there has been a lot of double-talk going on.

Currently I have a cold, or perhaps the flu, I’m not sure which, but I’m looking for housing possibilities in the day and going to see them with The Husband of an evening.  We do not have very long to find a place and move out.

Why, yes, I am quite stressed.


About Henrietta Handy

I am a Kentucky mountain girl far from home, perhaps far from the girl years. I am an aspiring writer with a wonderful husband who puts up with this writing and reading addiction I have. He also puts up with all of the yarn and knitting. I have four canine children and a ton of friends I love dearly. I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at the age of 2 1/2 and have still managed to have a good life despite all the pain. So, I invite you to join me in this journey and just possibly have fun along the way.
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2 Responses to A Quick Check-in

  1. Brian Bixby says:

    Presumably, your lease had a clause saying that if the building was sold, all leases ended. (Or did it not, and the allegation of breaking the lease is they new owner’s way to force you out?) No fun in either case. I’m dealing with a parent’s change of residence (as the result of a hospital stay), and the move alone is bad enough. Add to it the paperwork that has to be answered, the people you have to notify, the possibility of mail or phone calls going astray . . . and you with your medical needs . . . you have my deepest sympathies.


  2. Marcia says:

    I am so sorry to hear of your loss, and of your other recent woes. It seems when bad stuff comes calling, it brings its whole dang family, doesn’t it? I hope you find a new home quickly, and that it will turn out to be a blessing in disguise, and you like it better than where you were. Stay strong. You WILL come out the other side of this. Good luck.


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