Mobile Tiny Home

I am in the process of downsizing.
I just turned 51 and at the age of 50 I was diagnosed with Digestive/Gastrointestinal Cancer. While undergoing chemo treatments, I began to look at life differently.

Living in a mobile tiny home means I can travel to see my grandchildren. I can go to Vegas where three of my grandchildren are.

I can travel to North Carolina where two of my grandchildren are and also to Florida.

I have worked for over 20 years and spent a lot of my savings on my treatments .

Sadly, I do not have the money to build my tiny house.
Banks won't loan money for a "trend" but for me this is more than a trend. This is how I want to live the rest of my life.

Some say, "living in a tiny house is stupid and you must be crazy to want to do this".

However, I say, No; I have realized that I don't need things to make me happy.

All I need is my family and being able to be with them where ever they are is all I need.

Whether I beat cancer or not; I don't want to live my life 'tied' down to one spot. I want to see the world while I still can.

If you donate you can submit a name for my tiny house.

If I choose your name, you will get a framed photo and the name of the house will be engraved within the home to remind me that it is my friends that helped me achieve this goal.


Sandra Bowman
Greater Upper Marlboro, MD

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