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On 25/02/2018 at 4:47 PM, Limerlight said:

Is there no Landlord tenant agreement as there is here?

If that was here I'd be saying fuck this, and force them to put me in a hotel or another apartment until it's done, that's fucking dangerous especially prolonged exposure

She (the landlord) came with the building owner and they think it's coming from the structure of the building and they are going to call a bricklayer... It's going to take forever!

The hotel option is a no (I have cats) but another apartment is not a bad idea actually.

 

 

 

 

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On 2/25/2018 at 6:54 AM, frenchkiki said:

I have black mold on my bed room ceiling. Don't know why and my landlord is waiting to know where is coming from before to get rid of it.

Meanwhile... my nose bleed everyday, my throat is itchy & my eyes are itchy too :sad:

 

 

are you ok now?:cry2:

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On 2/23/2018 at 11:02 AM, lostdiadem said:

I don't think I will ever be ready to say goodbye to my grandpa.

 

My grandfather died last year at age 90.  He lives in another country so I did not see him for a while.  He was normal and then suddenly declined over the course of a year and a half.  The situation upset me too as I felt that I could have done more for him- eg give him grandchildren.  My great grandfather also died in this manner (92).  This sudden breakdown.  

 

I came to terms with this early on in my childhood when my father had lymphoma.  He made a full recovery 2 years later.  That's when my hair started greying a lot for a kid.. later on I volunteered for about 200 hours at a community hospital and saw many in the ICU.  Life is very precious. 

 

IMHO appreciate and have gratitude for the past and make what's left the best you can for HIM, on his terms...no matter how onerous and strange they may be now. 

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