We’re Moving

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By this time, almost everyone in our personal lives knows that we are moving, not just moving in together but we bought a place together.I couldn’t be any more anxious, excited, happy, nervous and scared.

We actually played with the idea of buying a place last year, but since we weren’t mentally ready yet, we didn’t pursue the idea until April of this year. Even still we didn’t take it seriously until July, and we actually looked and found our perfect place in August, right before we left for Disney World, so it’s been a whirlwind of planning ever since. We went through subject removal back in August, and actually gained possession of our place on October 1, 2015, but the original owners needed more time to find a new space, so we rented it back to them for this month. Space will be officially ours November 1, 2015.

This is announcement I never thought I would be making at 23, part of me feels so excited to embrace this new chapter in my life but other parts of me a petrified to be out on my own for the first time. But what scares me the most is that I think this move makes me officially an adult, and that is terrifying.

I wish I could provide some heartfelt advice or reflect back on what I am going to miss about being at home, but the only things that I have running through my mind is that “I AM MOVING IN X AMOUNT OF DAYS & X AMOUNT OF THINGS STILL AREN’T READY” so those post will probably come at a later time.

I have a running mental list of things we need to get done, but to be honest, more often than not, I refuse to think about it cause, it kinda stresses the heck out of me. People keep on saying decorating is the most fun part, and normally I would be preaching that as well but right now there is nothing “fun” in having to furnish a 900 square feet place with only a bed in your possession, or about choosing the right shade of white from about a million different swatches (all of which aren’t a true white by the way), or about budgeting out all of the items we are going to need, cause we need just about everything.

So that’s what I’ve been up to since we last talked, more to come next week.

Cheers,

Jennifer

 

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