Please don't move!

@Courtlynn (50889)
United States
November 30, 2017 4:10pm CST
Earlier today my mom got a text message from my 88 year old Grandmother saying that "her" house had sold, and they were moving to New Hampshire - so if we wanted any furniture or anything, to let her know. But I'm the one who saw the message, as my moms phone was in the livingroom on the table while she was loading the washer with laundry. So I brought it to her, and told her she better call my Grandmother and find out what's actually going on. So she did. And yup, my Grandmother's "boyfriend" sold the house. So now they'll be moving to New Hampshire from Massachusetts, by January. Along with my Uncle who lives with them, and maybe my other Uncle who is living in another part of the state. Now.. I honestly don't care if my Uncle's move, because they've both already moved a few times during my lifetime, and one of them has always been a huge.. butt..! But I don't want my Grandmother to move!! She's never lived more than five minutes from us my whole life. And I'm going to miss her sooo much!! Ugh I hate this! Merry early Christmas to us
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@Happy2BeMe (70192)
• Canada
30 Nov
I am so sorry to hear that. I can only imagine how upset you must be.
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
30 Nov
Its tough to believe
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@Happy2BeMe (70192)
• Canada
30 Nov
@Courtlynn it would have been nice if she had given you some warnung ahead of time so that you knew she was plannung to sell her house and move.
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
30 Nov
@Happy2BeMe he's been saying they were going to sell for 2 or 3 years now. But their house is shyt hole. So it never sold any time people have looked at it. But they should've looked for a place before selling, as well.
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@DianneN (59485)
• United States
30 Nov
I'm terribly sorry. I can understand how upset you are.
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
30 Nov
Growing up, i was so close to the woman.. in really hurting.
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@DianneN (59485)
• United States
1 Dec
@Courtlynn I understand completely. Giant hugs for you. Perhaps you can visit. NH isn't too far from you.
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
1 Dec
@DianneN nope can't. My grandmother wont drive here from there and my mom wont there from here.
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• Jacksonville, Florida
30 Nov
Again I am so sorry. =( I wish it wasn't happening.
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
30 Nov
You and us both. thanks.
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@moffittjc (35708)
• Gainesville, Florida
2 Dec
It sucks that she's moving, but at least she's staying somewhat in the same geographic area. It would be devastating if she would have told you she was moving to California or something. I hope that there are ways you guys can still visit each other even after she moves. Grandparents are such wonderful assets to have in the family.
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
2 Dec
No, they'll be no way unless they come to visit for holidays.
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@moffittjc (35708)
• Gainesville, Florida
4 Dec
@Courtlynn I hope they find a way to come visit you then. Because it's important that they do!
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
4 Dec
@moffittjc shes not moving now. Person who was going to buy backed out
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• Eugene, Oregon
30 Nov
That is quite a move for someone her age. Are there other relatives in New Hampshire?
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
30 Nov
Nope. The guy just decided thats where. And my Grandmother hates being cold, and is cold enough here where she has lived her whole life
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• Eugene, Oregon
30 Nov
@Courtlynn Is he her age too?
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
30 Nov
@JamesHxstatic i want to say hes older but may be wrong.
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@marguicha (81776)
• Chile
30 Nov
Can legally the boyfriend sell her house?
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
30 Nov
Its his house, not her .. so yes he can.
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@marguicha (81776)
• Chile
30 Nov
@Courtlynn In that case, I suppose it is alright.
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
30 Nov
@marguicha yup. His house. His choice. But she has nowhere to go so going with. Same with my uncle
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@jstory07 (58285)
• Roseburg, Oregon
1 Dec
I hope your Grandmother will be happy when she moves. You will miss her a lot. Stay in touch with her to make sure she is alright.
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
1 Dec
She hates the cold and bwing away from family, so i know she wont be. But will do my best to stay in touch. As she doesnt stay in touch much now.
@JohnRoberts (41150)
• Los Angeles, California
1 Dec
You could go visit her and have overnights.
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
1 Dec
Nope. Few personal reasons why that wouldn't ever happen. But her not driving here from there is a reason as well, and us to there is another.
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@ebanreb (4798)
• Philippines
30 Nov
Hard but need to accept it. Merry Christmas to you my friend
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@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
30 Nov
There's no "we".. and I'll accept it, eventually.
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@Fleura (6203)
• United Kingdom
1 Dec
Oh dear what a nasty shock! I hope your Grandmother is still in control and her 'boyfriend' isn't trying to take control of her house and her life.
@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
1 Dec
Its his house, so of course he has control. She has nowhere else to go so has to go with him
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@Fleura (6203)
• United Kingdom
1 Dec
@Courtlynn That doesn't sound so good to me.
@Courtlynn (50889)
• United States
1 Dec
@Fleura not totally bad either
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