Living on the countryside is a nice thing. I realize that everytime I stay at my parents. You don’t have to worry as much as when you live in a city, I think. You can leave your car in the driveway unlocked, you can leave your bike in the driveway unlocked, you can leave the house door open and don’t have to worry that some stranger comes into the house.
Back in Munich, while hasting through the basement of my building, I read on the doors “Caution! Lock doors! Thievery!“. Sure, that’s normal for big cities. A lot of people, a lot of people you can’t and don’t trust. You don’t even want to trust them.
After a few days at my parent’s place I’m not even in the mood on driving to Munich again. Oh, if I were rich and didn’t have to work. Life would be a lot easier.
The boyfriend Alex and I had a big and loud discussion today over something that is so far in the future, we actually shouldn’t discuss about that now. We did though, and it wasn’t the first time. It gets me all frustrated.
He visited me at my parent’s, which, of course, I appreciated very much. We started playing Monopoly one night and I discovered the joy of playing board games. Yes, people should do things like that and not sit infront of the stupid TV all the time.
Talking about TVs, I got a new one today :). It doesn’t have a VCR connection. Damn. But it’s bigger than the one I had before. Now I don’t know what to do, keep the small one with a VCR connection or the big one without. I’m sticking with the big one at the moment though. Gee!! Don’t I have problems, huh?! 😛
Oh yes, that’s the advantage of having two sisters which are 9 and 12 years older than me. They have lived in several apartments, have bought several things, and me as the youngest, will eventually be asked “Tracy, do you need a new TV? I don’t want it anymore.” “Tracy, try on those 20 tops and see if you want some. I don’t like them anymore” “Tracy, you’re moving? You can have my bed, carpet, shelves etc I had in my first apartment which I don’t use anymore”
Nice… most of the times 😉