HONOLULU — More than a year ago, a group of land girls who were just getting settled in Houston had a tough decision to make.
The girls had lived in a trailer park for years, but the land had become more affordable, so the land girls chose to move in with a man named Kevin.
But for some, moving in with Kevin wasn’t the only option.
Land girls say they would often get asked if they wanted to move into a single-family home.
Now, as a result of the housing bubble, they say the answer is no.
And some are now considering selling their land to raise money for their families.
The land girls said they often have to make hard choices to pay for rent and utilities when they get to a new city.
But they say they are doing it for the right reasons.
The girls, who were originally from Hawaii, say they need to raise their family.
Landies have struggled financially, and their home is just too expensive for their young children.
Land girls, or hongkongers, are a group that are mostly from the rural Pacific island nation of Honshu.
The hong kongers are part of a small, but growing, community that has struggled financially.
In Hawaii, the hong are one of the most wealthy and prosperous ethnic groups in the United States.
But the housing market there has not been as good as in many other parts of the country.
Land girls in the community say they have to work harder than the honshippers to pay the rent.
They are able to do so because they are not as dependent on government assistance programs like food stamps and Medicaid.
But when the land prices are high, land girls say, they are unable to keep up with the bills.
When Land Girls, a nonprofit group based in Houston, started getting involved in helping land girls, they realized that there are a lot of other problems with their own community.
The group, which operates out of a former grocery store, has raised more than $25,000 to help land girls.
Some land girls have moved out of the trailer park where they grew up, while others have rented out their land.
In some cases, the landgirls say they can’t afford the mortgage.
This is a very expensive time in HoustonLand girls are trying to make ends meet and they don’t want to leave.
Land Girls is one of a number of nonprofit organizations working to help them.
In 2017, the group partnered with a company called Littles and Cottages to provide them with temporary housing and other financial assistance.
But for now, Land Girls says they are focusing on raising the $50,000 they need for their group to start operations.
The group is also working with the state of Hawaii to help get them on the land.
It is working with Housing Hawaii, a non-profit that is helping to finance land and other rental assistance to land girls in Honolulu.