Here I am, sitting in my new lounge, surrounded still by a few boxes, and a snoring dog and I’m finally in my new home and I couldn’t be happier. They say that out of every bad situation, there is always something to be learned and I learned that I have to keep asking questions. No matter how stupid they seem to some people, you have to push yourself to ask, even the most obvious questions because they aren’t that obvious to you.
Wow! Who would have believed just 9 months ago I would contemplate moving from my home, getting ready to wind up a job I’ve been in 10 years and find myself feeling better than I have for years? ME!!!! That’s who! I knew I had to make the move but as a per
son who doesn’t like change I realised that if I didn’t do it now I would be stuck, yet again, in an ever ending cycle of “same old, same old” – now I am putting my talents to good use and creating a home all on my own. OK so the kids had to come with me but as a 25 and 23 year old they aren’t really kids and they’ve helped to create a place that is very very nice. I get to do the walks that aren’t up and down hills, I get to take the dog for a walk – he now loves me more than ever. Now if only I could get rid of the mud pit that is my very small backyard I would really appreciate it.
Patience also for the end of the year and finally the redundancy package that has been offered since December/January last year. My life is great, it is definitely looking up and I can’t wait for the next instalment.
Get ready world, Kris is coming!!!!