Christmas Money for Three Little Girls Lost Somewhere in Ferndale
She told us that she and her daughters “have been living on my mom’s couch since March.” Without much money, they’ve searched for low-cost entertainment and become part of the #stonedinhumboldt crowd…which in spite of how it sounds has nothing to do with marijuana and everything to do with painting rocks and hiding them for others to find.
Kennedy explained, “This month we were told we were getting an [apartment] so I spent all my savings on first month’s rent and deposit and getting my car fixed so I had a way to drive them back and forth.”
Afterwards, she said she had just $400 left for Christmas for her daughters. She said she took the money “and put in a white envelope and wrote girls Christmas on the front of the envelope and on the back put a heart with all 3 of my girls …initials and put it in my door thinking to give it to my mother last night but I forgot.”
When they hid some of their painted stones for people to find in Scotia, she saw the envelope was still there. But, she noticed it missing after they had hid some stones in Ferndale.
Kennedy explained, “I have nothing left. I am just really hoping that someone found it and they’re good-hearted and see the initials on the back and see the writing on the front and turn it in.”
She said she told the Ferndale Police and she asked businesses. She also has reached out via social media. “I know someone picked it up and I’m just hoping they find it in their hearts to turn it in..I’d be more than willing to give $100 in return…no questions asked…”
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