So out of the blue my friend and I were off to find a place (on the other side of Ca.) before this new school semester and we had high hopes. I didn’t really know how to feel, I was happy to move but uneasy letting our parents pick up the tab.
It was harder than we thought, but we stressed and worked hard to find a place. Through this entire process, it seems we ran into so many obstacles, like something was saying "Don’t go". Somehow many of them were overcome and we moved on. Sadly some money issues on my end got in the way. I tried to make it work but when your in between a rock and a hard place, where can you go?
I feel if I had acted on my insecurity she would have been able to find a decent alternative. I feel like both our moms had a similar feeling. Like something bad was going to happen.I personally have sensed too many things that have come true to just ignore this. So I preyed to god if it wasn’t so, if it put us in unnecessary danger not to let us go. To be honest I still don’t know how to feel. I feel horrible, guilty and bummed but I also feel relieved.
Every one has their own idea of their ideal apartment depending on their own preferences. I am an art student at the Academy of art University. Since my school is in San Francisco, I would like to move there. I am a person who loves my space, I don’t need a lot to be happy. Just a place to sleep and do my art work is enough for me. Looking through the vacancy website I have come across, what I believe, is my ideal apartment.
The lofts at one Powell is a wonderful looking place to live. What caught my eye first was the appearance. It has such a nice cozy feel to it, almost like a cottage in the city. What really sells me on this is how close it is to my school, and transportation. Making it have easy access to get where I need to go on time.
The nice roomy living area would make for a great study area and art studio. Its Just enough room for me. I’m not one to have big groups of people, so its a great place to have a few friends over for a movie or study group. I would jump at the chance to move there as soon as possible, except for one flaw, the price. As a student with a part time job, I sadly cannot afford it right now. I hope when I can afford it, I’l be able to have my cottage in the city.