No weird guy
Real cabinets with drawers that are big enough to hold a set of silverware.
Brand new, regular sized stove and refrigerator (not circa 1982 apartment sized ones)).
A dishwasher for $30 more/month if I want it.
A big grassy area for Punkin to play.
Close to a park, Oma and Opa, work, and my friends.
A bigger bathroom with cabinets (I have none now).
I know the landlord.
Central air (I have a window unit now).
It's going to be $100 more all together since I have to pay gas.
I will have to navigate some stairs.
It's going to cost about $1000 to move, which I have but hate spending. And I don't think I'll be getting my deposit back here after burning the carpet and Punkin breaking every blind. Will it strain my budget too much now that I am also paying car insurance?
What am I worried about? I guess I am worried I can't really afford it even though I think I can. Kind of the way I felt when I moved into this place, I guess. But it all worked out. Might have to cook more. I did look into getting a 2 bedroom here. None are available right now, and when they are the rent would be $675 for a standard two bedroom and $725 for a large. Which, I must say, is a total rip off. My friends pay less than that for a townhouse with a basement.
Also, I am going through Lion withdrawl. Well, generally I am going through College Friend withdrawl. I NEED them.
And my anti depressant dose is so not strong enough. Wow.
p.s. The cost of moving will actually only be $500, I guess, because I would have to pay rent either way.