Life after foreclosure is possible — but it’s no picnic

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Thank goodness for fast-food restaurants. Desiree Gonyon's part-time job at a sandwich shop has kept her, husband, Terry, and their children fed, clothed and sheltered. "If it wasn't for her, we wouldn't have this place," Terry Gonyon said, seated in the living room of the trailer that's been home since the family lost their seven-bedroom house to foreclosure.

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I'd just like to say that i know of the Gonyon's and i know that if they would have decided to pay their bills instead of buying big screen TV's and fancy computer stuff they might would have been able to keep their 7 bedroom house. If i were Desiree i would NOT be trying to have another baby at this time, i would be going to the Dr to see about some type of birth control. I know that the Gonyon's were hoping that being in the spot light would make people feel sorry for them and possibly get the state to build them a habitat house. Instead they ended up getting the trailer home that they live in. I know of other people that live in the same park they live in and having as many children and adults as the Gonyon's have living in their home is against park rules. I just wish that other people that truely need help in our county could receive some assist.
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