My daughter decided to move out of the apartment so she could live with her lady.
She was 18 years old and there was not anything that we could do to keep him from making the excruciating decision, however my associate and I tried to tell our daughter that it was going to be taxing to live on her own, but she did not listen. She has been on her own for 8 months and she has asked us for cash every single month since she moved out of the house, one month she can’t pay the electric bill and another month she needs gas for the furnace, this month she said that she needs help paying for roof repairs. My daughter does not own the apartment that she lives in, so I don’t understand why the proprietor isn’tresponsible for paying for the roof repairs. The roofing repair should be covered under the homeowners insurance; When I asked my daughter more detailed questions about the roofing repair, I finally got to the bottom of the problem. My daughter was shooting off fireworks in the yard and one of the fireworks came down on top of the roof and caused disfigurement. The proprietor refused to pay for the repairs and told my daughter that she was going to be evicted if she did not find a roofing contractor that would repair the disfigurement, and i told my daughter that I would cover the disfigurements, because I don’t want him to come back to my apartment with her lady; At this point, it seems easier just to keep giving him cash every month and have him come back home.