I’ve come a long way baby! I have awakened this morning (my third day of living with my decision to leave this paradise I have made myself) full of enthusiasm for the move—so much that I find myself about to go to two open houses prepared to make an offer.
I know what you are thinking: I am impulsive and you want to say, “Slow down.” But I say: “Shut up!” What you may call impulsive, I call decisive. I love my ability to decide quickly and you know why? Because I have never had any regrets, and at my ripe old age it is time for me (and you) to recognize that.
If you read my blog often, you may know how important the concept of “equilibrium” is to me. It is what I constantly seek. Being in equilibrium means everything is in its proper place in my condo and in my life. When things break or go missing, I immediately replace them to re-establish equilibrium.
When I do too much, I have to stop and take time to myself to get everything back in order. That is why my place is always clean, everything has its proper place and why Dr. Tessler said I had non-clinical OCD.
The construction around my building has made the external environment here a virtual war zone — talk about lack of equilibrium! Hence my desire to move and get the decisions and physical move done asap. But as an elder, “asap” is slower paced than in my youth.
The photos below are of the suite that interests me the most. It is in the South Granville District, has two bedrooms and my new essential: a balcony.