It’s quiet… I like that.
I thought that I’d have a problem finding certain types of situations out here in BFE, but in general, I was wrong. There are gay people within driving distance.
However, they’re not offering anything that I really want. I don’t want any new casual friends. I eventually want to start dating seriously and maybe finding someone special.
I now realize how important having my own space is for me. I’ll be saving up to move a trailer here if I can’t get any of my family to at least supervise me going through things in my old room.
I would rather just have my old room again because it would be cheaper. I want to be able to listen to music when I want to without disturbing anyone. I want to be able to have friends over if the opportunity ever presented itself.
I don’t mind living out here. I’m actually enjoying it. It’s just getting to me that I don’t have my own space. I know it’s silly, but I’m in my 20s (even if not for long, I’m 28), single, and male.
They don’t understand why I am so persistent on me getting my own space.
The one rule about living here is that I can’t have “friends” over… So, what happens when I start seriously dating? It’s going to be very expensive going to hotels all the time.
I want to clean out my room, but I don’t know what belongs to who and if it’s important or not.
We’ll see what happens in the next few weeks. I wish I had about 5k to just get a trailer. It’d be much easier than trying to get my family together (even if just to supervise a couple of friends and I cleaning it out).
Other than not having my own space, everything is starting to work out. I’m caught up on bills, not as negative as usual, and am still sober (5 months yesterday).