May Thirteenth Two Thousand & Ten 05/13/2010
To move or not to move, THAT is the question.
Even before I arrived back in Texas, I had planned on moving Brawn out of our old apartment and into our new house on Preston. A kink was thrown into our plans when I found out the house on Preston would not be ready by June 1st.
The landlord of the the house on Preston had another rent house on Hall Street that was offered to us, until the house on Preston was ready to go.
I went and saw the house and something didn't feel right about it. I can't seem to get the inspiration to want to move into it and on top of that, the things that need to take place in order to make a house livable, are not happening without force and frustration.
Why do I need to move into this new house, when the house on Preston is the one I really want and we already have a roof over our heads now?
The roommate that we have now isn't the easy to live with. He is somewhat, (and by somewhat, I mean VERY) territorial. He made it very clear this is HIS apartment and I kind of stay locked up in the room.
It does not have to be this way. I can very simply choose peace. I could redecorate the room. Move furniture around and go buy a desk so I have a comfortable place to work. Even thinking of this option gets me excited. Resolves my stress about money (even though we have plenty,) and makes me want to sigh with relief.
Step 1. Ask roommate if he is okay with us staying here or if he has already found someone to lease the room.
Step 2. Go shopping! Get some new items that represent what I want to bring into my life now. (The decor in the room at this moment is not so attractive.)
Step 3. Tell "new" landlord I no longer wish to move into the house on Hall. But will be ready and waiting for the house on Preston when it becomes available.
This plan feels good.
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