This sign spoke volumes to me when I saw it at Target the other day
I feel conflicted because for the first time since that 2015 here in South Carolina that left my family flood victims, I felt like this was finally home. I was happy until about 4 months ago when management was changed as I stated earlier in my post. I know this move was for the best. It makes no sense to pay to live somewhere and be completely disregarded as a human being. People are more than just a rent check. Sometimes you're lead in a direction that you should have chosen a long time ago.
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade...
I can see why people own their own homes. That is something my family wants to look into. For now my family and I decided to stay in an extended stay until we find something permanent. It's not the same as living in my apartment, but it has an apartment feel. I am blessed and I am grateful.
The last past few weeks I've been all in my feelings. Even though I know my family and I made the right decision, that doesn't always make me feel better. I've felt angry, frustrated, disappointed, confused, lost, and relieved just to name a few of my emotions. I've prayed about it and as I stated it was for the best. Moving can be stressful and exhausting process, but I don't look at this as a loss, more of a blessing in disguise. Everything in life happens for a reason. All I can do is continue to pray and ask God for guidance and remain optimistic about the future.
I will probably extend my break a little longer, but I Should be back by the second week of March :)
February 2019 Post
What is Love