Exhausted!! Moved!

Well I am bushed! I am in bad shape and my kids and dad had to do all this work. I did what I could which wasn’t much.

My dad and kids feel much safer with me here. It is public housing, but a very nice place. It is a senior home mainly. It is a locked door with a guard except during the day Monday thru Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM.

The bad thing is that 4 people on the same floor died the other night. There is a lot of death in a senior place so is expected and something I will have to get used to. Sleep is often interrupted.

The funny bit about moving here is that it is that I can look out my window and see the duplex I used to live in 20 years ago. I am on the 6th floor and the view is pretty nice.

I don’t have cable or WIFI. I am using the hotspot on my cellular phone which is unlimited. Trying to figure out if I can hook the printer up too. It all has to be on the same network in order to work but this is  a hotspot on my phone and not actually a WIFI connection.

I am currently resting. I am sore and tired. Will have to do some more before bed especially make the bed.

My cat is sulking under the bed. She wants my son and her regular room. Not even coming out for treats.

The evening sun is coming in the windows. Could be worse with the morning sun in the windows. Like it this way better.

Somebody moving had a solid wood coffee table they gave us. I needed one and I don’t mind the scratches and such. All my furniture is that way LOL!

About 8 hours later and the cat has finally come out and investigated and ate her treats.

Tessa – advocate for mental health and invisible illnesses, also devout Christian

Author – http://www.finallyawriter.wordpress.com (this blog contains my old work), new work is on this blog http://www.tessacandoit.com











9 thoughts on “Exhausted!! Moved!

  1. DWPenner

    I’m glad things are moving along for you. Not too long ago you feared not having a place to live. This place is unfamiliar and your neighbours are unfamiliar to you. Sadly some are at the end of their mortal path. Perhaps some of your new neighbours can use your company? A lot of seniors are quite lonely. The Lord puts you where you need to be. 🙂


    1. Tessa Post author

      Yes I was afraid of having no home. Things worked out and for being public housing it is pretty nice. I had registered my cat as a emotional support animal thanks to my psych nurse and I can have her and with out all the extra fees.Plus I am not alone.


    1. Tessa Post author

      Just gave my cat to my son. Those 2 have bonded way better than she and I. I think he was sad when I took her with me because he had been taking care of her for quite a while when they moved me downstairs



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