Update Re The Financial Situation

I am being evicted sooner or later. I was unable to come up with the $389.00 x 3 by the deadline set by my park manager (September 30 or October 10).

I am still in the house because the park manager and the park owner don’t seem to realize that they need to have me served (after a judgment is levied against me by the court). My park manager threatened to turn off the electricity to force me out, and I very calmly informed him that Legal Aid told me that the judgment needs to be placed against and that I need to be served. Also, if he does that not only is he legally in the soup but he’s putting my health at risk (I use nocturnal oxygen and a CPAP machine for SEVERE sleep apnea) as well as putting the house at risk from frozen pipes (it’s been in the low to mid 20’s every night here for the last week or so).

Currently I am packing nearly everything I own in boxes from the local liquor store and putting it in storage lockers which I rented with my last paycheck from the late great (and totally unlamented) job as a housekeeper. My park manager is taking the stuff to the storage lockers for me as the only transportation I have is a bike (I can’t see hauling boxes on that ROFL). Re the job: I simply couldn’t physically do the work and I only lasted a week (am looking for other work though).

The ‘eviction sale’ was mostly a bust with only about $150.00 total being sold, but that was better than nothing.

Am trying to round up cash for a new apartment (studio or one bedroom). I do own my house and it is for sale right now, if it sells I will be okay financially for a while.

I currently have an electricity bill of $65.00 due on November 5 2013 and a cell phone bill (for two months ) of $230.00 (my cell phone is my only phone these days, and I am probably going to be getting a free cell phone with 250 free minutes from the state of Oregon to replace the phone I have now).

Any donations will–as usual–be gratefully accepted.

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