Being a single mother, employee and student, Superior Robinson is a busy woman. However, she has also been hard at work to complete 350 hours of labor required on building a new house she is buying.
Robinson and her three daughters, Aniyah Chambley, Kenirah and Kyah Robinson, are one of five families moving to University City’s first homes built through Habitat for Humanity.
She is excited for the new house to be completed, but Robinson said the move will be a drastic change since her family will no longer live in the city or next to bars, so there will be a more peaceful atmosphere.
“For me the change is going to be different from staying in public housing to owning your own home,” Robinson said. “Basically not following someone else’s rules, following my own rules now. It’s a big thing I cannot wait to experience.”
Robinson is thankful to all of the workers involved with Habitat for Humanity in getting her new home ready to move into this month.