|Published:||Nov 16, 2012 5:13 PM EST|
|Updated:||Nov 16, 2012 5:19 PM EST|
FORT MYERS, Fla. - "It's like I have to wake up again or something to realize it really is, I'll be here and it'll be mine," said Bob Garcia.
You can see the happiness in Bob Garcia's eyes.
"It's overwhelming, its definitely one of the biggest relief's this is unbelievable," said Garcia.
A relief after living inside this unsafe and cramped home for decades. The home once built for a family of five, grew into a family of 13.
"And now the kids actually have their own beds, their own rooms, their own bathroom, we have our bathroom, thank god, it's just I can't believe it," said Garcia.
Beds for each member of the Garcia family. Food in the cupboards and a seat at the table. All thanks to the hard work of Builder's Care, Stock Development, and hundreds of volunteers.
"Just phenomenal that 17 days ago, we took the back hoe and crushed the house down,: said Bob Imig, President of Stock Development.
"Well it's gone but hey, I don't miss it, I'm glad its gone," said Garcia.
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