Growing up can be fun…sometimes.

Man it has been awhile since I last blogged. So now here I am again, if there is anybody that is still reading my blog. ๐Ÿ™‚

On a side note to my last post; Hawaii was amazing and I loved every minute of it. I will be sure to do a post about it soon!

Now let’s see, in April I spread my wings and moved out. That’s right, adios parents! I actually moved in with my older sister Bethany in downtown Denver.

If anyone knows Bethany and I at all, it would come as a shocker that we would actually be moving in together. It’s not like we use to fight all the time or anything. But for the 3 months we’ve been leaving there it has been great! Downtown Denver is a lot of fun to live in. I still every once in a while get lost but I am learning. I have at least a year to figure it out since that is how long or lease is. Then by that time just ask me how to get anywhere downtown and I can be your personal GPS! The one thing I don’t like is there is only street parking and you know what that means…parallel parking. Yikes! I never really learned how to parallel park and I am not good at it one bit. I am the person who instead of backing into the spot,ย  I go front first and I become the one people laugh at. But I don’t care because I happen to like how I park and I don’t think there is anything wrong with that ๐Ÿ™‚ Let’s just hope I don’t do anything like this anytime soon:

Also, I am that person that if can’t get it right the first time, I will leave the spot and try to find one that is a little bigger and easier to park.

Living on my own is nice. I still am at my parents house for laundry and various things. But other than that it’s just me. I love the neighborhood I live in. It’s a historic neighborhood so all of the house around are cute and quaint. There are many places such as coffee shops or clothing stores etc. that are in walking distance. So far so good!

I now thing though that the next step is that I should buy a dog…but my dad said this when I mentioned it, “Now that you think you should have a dog, wait three years and see if you still want one or are ready to have one. ” So insightful Dad.

Maybe I have a little more growing up to do ๐Ÿ™‚

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