October 22nd, 2017
Forgive me Father for I have sinned. It has been forty three days since my last confession.
Puerto Rico and I have begun to try and rebuild our friendship. We ran into each other last month, and he approached me about why we were no longer talking. This opened the dialogue for us to talk about the issue and we had a pretty in depth discussion about it. We have since returned to texting each other and we have hung out a couple of times since then. He was at the house Friday night and we hung out and smoked weed and we actually had a good time. I think we are on our way back to being good friends, but I don’t know how close we will get to where we used to be, but I am opened to re-building what we have and seeing what the future holds from our friendship.
October 9 marked the one year mark for me to graduate with my Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology. Once that is complete, I will evaluate my job situation and decide from there what to do. I have been thinking of moving. I have looked at the past since I have been here in Seattle Washington and looked at my relationships and lack thereof. I feel like maybe I need to move if I want to find love, but I am not sure that will solve anything. If I did move it wouldn’t be until after I graduated next year in October. Moving would be a huge endeavor, as in the past I had the military move me when I had to move, with the exception of when I moved into this house. Speaking of which, I would have to find a renter for the house or sell it. If any one reading this had some insight, please chime in; I would love to hear it. In any case, I have time, as my plan at this moment is to stay put and get my degree. After that, who knows, but I do know I would like to take a trip somewhere after I’m done. Maybe Hawaii or somewhere else nice and warm with beaches.
With the weather starting to change to the more cold and rainy seasons, I am going to focus on finishing up projects inside the house. During the Summer I focused on the back yard and clearing out overgrowth. I got just about everything I set out to do done, so next Spring/Summer I will start on another section of the backyard to clear that up. With home ownership, projects have become a huge part of my weekends, at times. There is something very satisfying about completing work around the house and seeing the progress.
It is hard to believe this year is almost over with less than two and half month left in the year. I guess it is time to start reflecting over this past year and start looking for the changes that next year holds, although I maybe thinking of next year too early.