Needing a place to stay

Posted by Erin Wilson On Friday, March 13, 2009 2 comments
We are looking for a place to live in Charleston while we are at MUSC. Milo and I are very confident that the Lord will provide something for us and that will all be worked out. I'm writing about our need because I figure the more people that know what we need, the more likely it is that someone knows someone who knows something about a place to live somewhere in Charleston. What we are specifically looking for is a 2-3 bedroom apartment as close to, if not in downtown Charleston. I really don't want to be too far away from the hospital. We will be coming down there with our two girls and my parents who will be watching the girls while we are at the hospital. The hardest thing to set in stone is the dates we are going to need a place. The doctors tell us to expect to be there anywhere from a month to two months. Originally, they were talking like they would wait until I was 39 weeks to deliver, which is the last week of May. However, with the newer complications we've had it would be quite an accomplishment to make it that long. Hopefully, we won't be needing anything until the middle of May but it seems to be so up in the air. Again, Milo and I know and believe wholeheartedly, that the Lord will provide our needs. Who knows who He will use to do that... I actually am excited to find out!

2 comments to Needing a place to stay

  1. says:

    Jennifer Bloodworth I would love to give you the name of someone down in Charleston that manages properties and might have some availability. She took care of us when we were in a similar situation last year from June to August. If you are interested, please feel free to give me a call at 864-313-8996. I think I mentioned in a previous comment that Beth & Brad Love forwarded me your blog because we also have a child with a CHD. Feel free to call me with any questions - I saw Dr. Greig, battled pre-term labor, delivered in Charleston at MUSC, etc ... lots of similarities! I hope I can be of some help!
    Jennifer Bloodworth

  1. says:

    Anonymous I know that MUSC has a Liason Program for Patients and families. The phone number is 846-792-5555. Also there is a Ronald McDonald House across the street. My sister in law lives in Charleston and she will be looking into some other possibilities.

    Brenda Elliott

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