- Full Name: Jayla Gidora
- Location: Saltspring Island
- Phone: 778-678-3535
- Expires: 24 days, 14 hours
I’m the leader of a beautiful little family. We’re searching for a new home to care for and create a wonderful living space at.
I am respectful, considerate, creative, hard working, and good people.
We are not picky about size and the amenities, we have lived in tiny homes and off grid as well!
I have two young boys, a puppy and a cat who adopted us. The pets are well taken care of (house trained) and have many toys, they don’t destroy property.
I keep a clean, tidy home and yard. I love to put energy into gardening and landscaping or anything that helps out.
I have a guaranteed income that allows for rent of $1,200 inclusive. Can show proof of income and provide references as well.
My children attend daycare / preschool during most days, and will be at their other home during weekends.
I’m a conscious and happy human being / mother who would love a chance to blossom and give back to my community.
Thank you for take the time to read this. Please text or call me at 778-678-3535 to speak more about this. Otherwise you can respond to this ad.
All the best.
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