My daughter is living in her mother’s apartment on a condo in Denver, but she’s selling the apartment and is hoping to find a buyer.
She has a number of reasons for wanting to sell, and her family is worried about her safety.
She said she got the apartment from her father when she was only 3 years old, and the apartment was originally purchased for $300,000.
Her father had died two years ago, and he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, which she said made her feel very lonely and lonely.
She’s now renting it out to a friend, and said she would like to find someone who could buy it.
She’s also worried about the security of the apartment, which is located on the corner of the University of Denver and Washington Street, in a neighborhood where crime and drug activity is rife.
She said she was told the building is boarded up, which means she could be burglarized, and she’s worried about getting her car stolen.
Her father also owns a home in Denver and has told her he doesn’t want her to move there.
He said he can get a better deal for her if he wants to move out of the house, but he’s worried she won’t be able to afford a place to live.
My daughter has had problems in the past with people who have stolen things from her apartment.
She was also afraid to move in with her father, and I was very upset about that, said Mya.
Her mother was also living in the apartment when she died.
She and her mother lived together, but Mya said they have since split up.
She says she and her brother are staying with friends in Denver because they have nowhere else to go.
She is planning to move into a condo with another friend in Colorado City.
The apartment she is selling is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with two bathrooms, a kitchenette and a full-size living room.
The unit is listed for $2,300, which makes it cheaper than a two bedroom apartment, according to the listing.
Mya also said the unit has been used for weddings and other events, and is not for her family.
The listing says that Mya is renting the apartment out to another friend, who is not listed.
I’m worried that she will be able’t afford to live there, Mya’s father said.
I think if she’s looking for a place, they will help me out.
I want them to be here.