Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Happy Happy Happy

It's been a while since I last posted. It's been a really good month.

Towards mid August, I started thinking about finding a roommate to share my apartment. After some thinking, I realized that I wouldn't be able to find a roommate because of my apartment. Don't get me wrong, it's a decent apartment but not for the money I would be asking. So I decided to start looking to share a house/apartment with someone else. I went looking and found a few that were worth considering. After some comparing between the places, I decided on living with a single guy who happens to live near my full-time job. I know, I know...a single female living with a single male who she does not know. We are both taking chances here. Sometimes, you just have to go with your gut instinct and that is what I did. My instinct has not failed me yet.

My roommate and I get along very well. I am expanding his cooking skills and he is helping me extend the number of movies I have watched. Before I moved in, the number of movies I have actually seen, very low. In the almost three weeks I have lived with him, I have seen at least four, if not more. That's a lot of movies for me. To make it even better, he's great eye candy. You can look but don't have to touch.

For almost the past two months, I have made many choices that have changed my life. Thankfully, all the changes have been positive. I am glad that I am making these changes. I believe everyone needs some change in their lives once in a while.

Overall, I have been really happy since the beginning of August. So happy, that some of co-workers are telling me that they notice my new found happiness. I guess this is what happens when you rid of things that bring you down.

The next post will be about my hiring experience at my new part-time job.

3 comments:

HR Wench said...

So glad you are happier now and doing well. Good for you! In fact, three CHEERS for you!

don said...

That is cool! We are all in a constant state of change. Enjoy the ride.

GrewUpRural said...

Thanks!