During this time, I reexamined and my life and decided I needed to make some changes because I did not like where I was. The first change I made was to move where I parked at work. At the time, I realized it was the only thing I could change. And this move spawned many more changes. It is funny how little thing like this changed everything. From here, I realized I did not like where I was living. I had four roommates, four female roommates. And I tried a financial responsibility that weighed heavily on me. Plus, there was so much drama going on, that I wanted out, so bad.
So at the end of February I decided to move out and live on my own. I needed a fresh start, which included a new home and a new ward. I needed to make these changes so I could move forward. If not, I was going to stay stuck where I was. So I found a new place to live and moved. I live on my own now. And I love it. No more roommate drama. A new ward where I can meet new people. I did not realize how much I hated my life until I left the situation I was in. By moving, I feel like I can breath again. That everything will be alright and that I am where I am suppose to be at this moment. Plus, my commute to work is shorter. Which is just an added bonus!
The view from my new place!