I really like my apartment now, and love my neighborhood even more. Steps to the train, bus stop at my front door, Lake Michigan just down the street, baseball fields I can see from my living room, and stuff to do all day and night. I'm going to miss this apartment even though I've only lived here a year. I get to start all over again, in a new place and a new neighborhood. I'm going to be stressed out the days leading up to the move and tired from packing up my life into boxes, but the new adventure in a new place ad neighborhood is something that I can get really into. So in just over a months time, I'll be packing up all my things and moving.
By Mike Hecker
I got the lease renewal papers for my current apartment in the mail a few days ago and quickly came to find out that I'll need to move soon. I didn't think much about it because I was on my way out the door heading to work. When I got home that night, I looked over the papers and it hit me, I have to move. I need to pack everything up, clean everything, and somehow get the couch I'm sitting on out the door again. I need to get a van or truck to move, or see if some friends are nice enough to lend some vehicles and themselves. But more importantly, I need to find a new place to live.