The iconic home from ‘Full House’
was bought by the show’s creator,
Jeff Franklin, 30 years after the first
episode was filmed. When it came on the
market, he knew he had to buy it and
keep it in the family. He also wanted to
'preserve it for the fans’, so he re-painted
the door red, used it to film new
episodes for the debut of 'Fuller House’,
and plans to keep it as a rental. Source
I'm going to take you up on the offer of prompting a continuation of the christmas fake date fic, with Bucky's POV. It would be really nice to get to see their first real date/kiss at New Years. So if you ever feel inspired to write that, well, I know I'd love to see it at least! ~ R
Renting in the New Year
Bucky believed in love at first sight. He knew
for a fact it was real, because he kept fucking doing it. What he didn’t
believe in was Happily Ever After.
He’d been in love with Steve Rogers from the first instant he’d seen him,
freshman year of high school. Steve, tall, blonde, perfect, smart, talented,
artistic. Head of the debate team. The Captain of the football team (the
Patriots, and DAMN didn’t that boy look fine in his football uniform?) who’d
taken it on himself to make the new kid from Indiana feel welcome. Bucky didn’t
have a prayer. He’d nursed a crush and then when Steve had finally taken him up
on an offer (Steve knew Bucky was queer, everyone knew Bucky was queer, he’d
been flirting with Steve for years without expectations) Bucky’d said goodbye
to his heart and given it over to Steve without reservation.
In need of serious financial aid -- please signal boost!
I tried to hold off asking for help here as long as I could, but at this point in time I am turning to Tumblr for help. My name is Ellie, I’m 25, epileptic, and I just moved out of my family home and across the country to another state at the start of 2016. I work at a well-known grocery/marketplace chain and make just enough to pay for what my necessities consist of, meaning bills and rent and car payments/insurance, health insurance, anti-seizure medications, and my phone–all of which adds up to $551 per month, and does not include other basic necessities such as food and gas.
On December 14th I had to replace the tires of my car which came out to a hefty payment of $543.52. The very next day, December 15th, I was in a minor car crash in which no one was injured but that did a lot of mechanical damage to my car. Were it just cosmetic damage, I would not have taken it in to get fixed simply because I do not have the funding for it. I was hit on the right front fender/wing which knocked something–I’m not sure what–loose so that when I tried to turn left, my steering wheel would not catch and continued to turn. The steering wheel was too loose to safely drive the car. My car was deemed unsafe to drive.
At this point in time, I had no other choice but to have towed to a body shop and to invest in a rental, which is costing me $225 a week plus a $22/day basic protection fee. I have had this car a total of 4 weeks and my total has come out to $1,351.42.
On top of all of this, my car insurance payment is due (I pay every 6 months because it is, in the end, cheaper that way), which comes out to another $692.49. At this point, I am well over $3,000 going out this month and I can’t afford it. My workplace is forcing me to take 12 days (almost 80 hours) of UNPAID vacation.
I am in desperate need of help.
For all of these reasons, I’m reaching out to you and asking for donations of any kind, even if you can only afford to donate a couple of dollars–or even just one dollar. Every little bit helps and I will be eternally grateful to anyone who wants to help. My paypal is firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are unable to donate, thank you for reading this, and I ask only that you please, please, please reblog and signal boost this to the rest of your followers.
My parents own a second property in the Ballard neighborhood. It’s a duplex and they’re looking to rent the other side. Currently, my sister and her husband live on one side.
They told me I’m more than welcome to move in and rent out, but I’d need to find a roommate.
THIS IS MY CALL OUT FOR HELP.
Here are the specs of the place:
-It’s a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom duplex: master bedroom and bathroom are on the top floor; the second bedroom is in the basement.
-All hardwood floors on the top floor; carpet in the second bedroom
-In-unit washer and dryer
-Free street parking
-Gas stove in the kitchen
-Dishwasher and refrigerator as well
-Freshly painted walls throughout the house
-Close to bus lines to downtown Seattle, Fremont, Green Lake, U District.
-Easy access to I-5 and Highway 99.
Now for the stats:
-Rent: $850/mo per person. That includes water, sewage, and garbage. We would be responsible for electricity, gas, and internet.
-ABSOLUTELY NO PETS. My parents allowed pets in the past, but after the previous tenants had their dog, they were like NOPE.
Please help a lady out! I don’t post stuff like this often, but I wouldn’t do it unless I absolutely have to.