Moving house, my anniversary

I had my moving in day anniversary on the 17th of this month.

Prior to living in this bungalow, I lived in an apartment.

I lived there for 3 years.

I rented the apartment, and rent was quite high.

I didn’t really like living there. At first it was ok, but then I got neighbours who did drugs, and they were really obnoxious.

They would bang on the walls with a hammer, and make lots of noise.

It got to the point where we became really scared and spent many nights not sleeping.

Our mental health took a nose dive.

So when we were offered a bungalow from the local authority, we grabbed it.

And its been amazing, we’ve never looked back.

I moved in here 13 years ago now.

My neighbours are amazing, I’m very lucky.

FOWC with Fandango — Prior – This, That, and the Other (

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

8 thoughts on “Moving house, my anniversary”

  1. I’ve only rented an apartment once. It was very nice, but more expensive than the payments on the house we moved to. All the neighbors were nice, but the ones upstairs seemed to have a bowling alley in their living room that they used every night at about 3.00 am. I’m not sure what they were doing up there.

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