Stormy Holden sent a message to Alex Gorsk that said:
A surprise for an Air Force Veteran, a Police Officer, and their family from Mr. Alex Gorsky?
Hello and I hope youâre having a great day, Mr. Gorsky. I am writing to ask if youâll help make a wonderful surprise possible for my father-in-law, an Air Force Veteran, my mother-in-law, my husband, a Houston Police Officer, and our children, Kason-6 and Kerra-3. Right now, Richard, Kason, Kerra and myself live in a 3-bedroom home in Cypress and my in-laws, Al and Linda, live in my husbandâs childhood home in Alief (a not so good part of Houston, TX). I would love to get them out of that area, but I think the six of us living in 1,956 sqft. would be unduly stressful, and I donât think they would agree to it. Iâve found that they while they love the family, they do enjoy having their own space and quiet time.
Thinking about this led me to eventually reading about a growing trend in our country, homes built for multiple generations to live together. What wonderful idea! While itâs been popular in other countries, it hasnât been as much in the U.S. While neither of our homes are built for this, there is a beautiful home for at 11777 Creek View Lane, Conroe, TX 77385, and I believe it would be wonderful to be able to have the six of us to live there together. It would allow us to spend more time together daily and give the children the opportunity to experience living with both their parents and grandparents. I know their grandparents would love the extra time with them also. The home on Creek View Lane is big enough for everyone to have their own space when desired, while also having plenty of room to enjoy our family being together - immediate and extended â holiday celebrations, sitting and talking on the covered porches, cookouts, swimming, running thru trees and kids playing in the tree house.
While we donât have the funds available to purchase this beautiful family home, we do have the funds to live there. Thus, my simple request to you. Will you please purchase and donate the family home and some money, to offset the large taxes that weâd incur from such a generous gift, to our family?
I thank you for taking the time to read and consider my request. I hope you have a great day and enjoy your loved ones.