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September 27, 2005


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Oh gosh do I feel ya! I have so much clutter of my own and it's gonna take a Herculean effort for me to get truly organized.

I still feel that, in my place, my parents are waiting somewhere to yell at me. I guess I am an interesting person to live with.

I am still getting used to the fact that I can (if I want):

-Drink a beer in the bathroom.

-Not close the bathroom door or put the seat down (until I need it, naturally).

-Provided the blinds are drawn, never wear clothes.

-Cook whatever I want whenever I want it (fried bologna and onions at four in the morning? No problem).

-Listen to all of the wierdo music I want.

Ahh, the life of a single guy...it's the little things that make me happy.

I loved the feeling when my husband and I finally lived together. Isn't it great?

Thanks for the shout out! I love knowing that there's someone to come home to (and I'm not talking about my dog). Living with the love of your life, will test your patience (at least it does for me). I ask myself how many times, must I ask him to take out the garbage? I now have to learn which battles are worth fighting. But overall I wouldn't have it any other way. :)

Well put, Will. Well put. Prior to two years ago, the happiest moments of my life were spent with my ex-girlfriend. Not one of those happened while we were living together. In the last two years, I've lived by myself for the most part, and was single (for the most part). I wouldn't trade it for anything! If I want to get drunk, take off my clothes and play the congas at 3 am, I can absolutely do it (so long as I lock the door).

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