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Monday, April 27, 2009

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Andreas

I know there's a lot of people in need of this wshear and dryer but I just won't to say that my aunt is having a very hard time and does not own a wshear or dryer she is a single mother of two kids she was married but her husband left her and her daughter to live in a abanded trailer to survive 6 months pregnant with no power or running water no beds just the floor and them to survive I finily got her in a apt on the housing program and she found out she was pregnant again 6 months after her last child and was 2 months along and because she was carring her laundry with her kids up the road which was a half a mile to wash her clothes she inded up miscarring her baby last night she is having it very hard that's why I found this sit trying to see what I could do to help her get a wshear and dryer she has no income is struggleing very bad no car and she has to walk to get grocerys and to take her children to the dr thanks for taking your time to read and undersatand why she needs this

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