I Finally Moved out on My Own

One of my New Year’s resolutions was to become more independent. I had been living at home with my folks ever since I graduated college two years ago. It was nice because I was able to pay down my student loans a good bit, but I still knew that it was time to cut the apron strings. My parents completely understood, and they even helped me find the apartment that I live in now. My dad had done a search for Antioch TN apartments because he wanted to make sure that where ever I lived was safe for his baby girl.

I am actually glad he did this, because my dad has great taste.

My Big Move Up North

I was born and raised in the South. It was my home for a long time. All the values I accumulated over the years came from the South. While I was in college, I met my future wife Jenny. I fell in love with her the first time that I saw her. After years of dating. We decided to get married. We decided to move to Massachusetts. We purchased an apartment in Revere MA.

I felt that our move was necessary for the both of us. First, Jenny and I found very good job offers outside of our home state. We decided that the offers were once in a lifetime opportunities that come once in a lifetime. We had to relocate to a new locale to start our careers. Another reason that we moved was because of the weather.

You Never Know Who You’ll Meet

It hasn’t been long since I moved into the Stone Oak Apartments in San Antonio TX, but I must say that I love it. The apartments are great, and I love that I have access to a pool and gym. The best thing about the apartments is that I’ve meet some people who are great to be around. Whenever we have some free time, we get together and do something at the apartments or at a nearby location. I met these people in some interesting ways.

I met one person while I was swimming at the pool in the apartments on my first week of moving in. I was doing some laps up and down the pool, when this person asked me if I wanted to have a bit of a race. This person took swimming as more of a competition, rather than a simple way to have fun or exercise. I agreed to the race, and started swimming as fast as I could. I was actually able to beat this person, which was a surprise to the both of us. He wanted to know how I was able to beat him so easily.