|"That reentry must've fried your circuits. I'm gonna need to rewire you."|
Lately it seems that ever since my dad passed away things haven’t been going smoothly for my family and me. I just found out during dinner that, due to certain circumstances, we won’t be able to buy the house we live in currently. We’ve been renting since moving here in 2003, but it’s too expensive to buy from our landlord so now we have to move.
This really friggen sucks because I’ve lived here since I was 12 and I really love this neighborhood and this town. I’m not even sure if we can find a house in this town or if we have to move outside of it. There’s a lot of great memories I’ve had here and while it’s kind of exciting to go to a new place, I don’t think I can say goodbye to this house. I had just gotten a job application, too, but now I’ll have to hold off on finishing filling it out until we move. So yay…more waiting for me.
For as long as I can remember, I have been imagining what this place would be like all empty, kinda like on TV shows about abandoned places. I also imagined what used to be where and what happened around here, even getting emotional about it, but now that those daydreams are becoming a reality it’s even more incredibly heartbreaking.
My step mom said that she and someone (idk if it’s one of my step-sisters or one of her friends) have been looking around and found some nice homes but I don’t think they were around here, sadly. Sure this place has had a lot of problems over the years and is in need of some better fixing up, but I still love it and will miss it once we find a new house. I don’t know when we’ll be moving, but I’m guessing it’s either this summer or fall, so I’ll be pretty busy then if that’s true. It’ll be so much work and very stressful on us all.
I can’t even begin to imagine how tough it’ll be on Reddy and Sakura. I don’t think we have the cat carrier Reddy and his brother came in when we got him and moving Sakura’s dog kennel will be a hassle, if we even keep it. It’ll also take them awhile to get accustomed to a new home. I just desperately hope we don’t have to get rid of them. I wouldn’t be able to handle that.
I really hope we’ll be okay.