help my mom and I get back on track
Organized by: Tykisha Frazier
To whom it may concern,
Hello my name is Ms. Tykisha Frazier, I'm 31, I live here in Cleveland, Ohio, I'm currently not Working and I need some help with getting back on track. Here's my story: On December 26, 2014, my mother Mrs. Irene Brooks was rushed to the hospital, where she passed away. A team of doctors brought her back to us but like about ten minutes later her heart completely stopped. There I knew that was life would never be the same. All I could do was cry and pray, pray and cry. God must have heard my pains and with the same team of doctors, my mother is alive today. (So shout out to Charity Hospital here in Cleveland, Ohio) During her stay at the hospital, I had to quit my job, so that I can be with her everyday. Also I talked to several different doctors, from the heart doctor to the kidney doctor to a specialist in high blood pressure. There I found out that my mommie blood pressure was extremely high, she is a diabetic, that her kidneys is failing, and that she has a growing goth stone in her chest. Since December 2014, my mom has been in and out of the hospital due to her health problems. They also put her on dialysis. At her last visit we found out that she had to due three and a half hours of dialysis, three times a week and that a nurse is suppose to come out daily. But we have no place to live or a permanent residence to call our own. We living from house to house and we are currently living with different relatives. I really consider us being homeless. I dislike that word and I hate that people living it everyday. In February of this year, I had to rush my mommie back to the hospital, there I found out that she haven't been to dialysis in eight months to a year. How am I suppose to feel after hearing that? Well I cried and then the nurse told me that she been having bad thoughts. And that she is suffering from depression. So now I'm thinking, was it wrong for me to have saved her life? Is it my fault she feels like that or that or do she blame herself for my downfall. The struggle is real and at this it's hard. I never asked or wanted for anything because my momma had me. And she always taught me that closed mouths don't get fed. So I am asking and pleading with you all help me please. I'm asking for $15,000.00, that's to move into our own house, pay the rent up for a year, buy a used car or van, get my mom back on track with her dialysis treatments, buy furniture, get her a nurse out to the house daily, and what's left start a bank account. And also get me back working.
Ms. Tykisha Frazier
P.S. Thank you in advance for opening, reading, your time and you help if you can, can't or referred me to someone who can. I thank you