Moving in. Moving on.

September 15, 2013

Hello! I know that it's been a while since I made a new blog post. I am partly busy, and I am partly stressed, so I guess that explains everything. :P

The only instance which pushed me to take a long hiatus from the whole blogosphere is because we moved out and changed our residence. Our new home is not that far from our old house, but I consider that whole "moving-out-process" as a very life-changing process.

As you might not know, this is the first time I moved out of our home without the intention of returning and living therein permanently. To simply put it, I will completely leave our old house, and move to a new house. I was actually very excited, and what excites me was the fact that we can finally have a place that we can consider as "our own home". To be honest, our new home is much better than our old house, not because of its structure, nor its decoration. It is because of the comfort and peace that we have in our new home. I thank God, with all my heart, because we finally found a place that we can consider as our sanctuary. Actually, by saying "our new home", what I meant was the house that we leased. So, basically, we do not actually own this house. Haha. :)

So now on the bitty-gritty part, the "clean up-move out" process. As I was fixing my things and other effects, I realized that I kept (and/or hoarded) a lot useless, yet memorable, stuff. I was able to keep letters from my high school friends (we used to pass notes with each other and call it as "love letters"). Haha. Also, I was able to keep a huge pile of old pictures. I was really enamored by the fact that I was able to keep pictures that will help me remember too much memories, ad some of it are the ones I should not remember anymore. But hey, I am a big girl now, I can handle more sentimental shiznits now, unlike before. Lastly, I was amazed by the fact that I was able to keep some cute gifts and small presents from my friends. I left it untouched, opened, but untouched. Crazy, right? I should've used or utilized those gifts, instead of letting them rot in my closet. Maybe I already forgot about those gifts, or maybe, I don't want to use it. I just want to keep it, together with the memories enveloped with it. Weird. :-/

The sad part is, I need to throw all of my "useless-yet-memorable" stuff. I have to do it, or else our new house will be filled with old, useless, close-to-junk stuff. I don't want that to happen, of course. Therefore, I have to start anew. It is as if I hit the "Refresh" button of my life. I need not to stop being sentimental, but I need to throw away some memories that will not help me move forward.

The part that I love most in this process is the one where I can finally say that my life is actually "refreshed". But, I have not reached that part yet. So, I guess I have to wait. Little by little, day by day, I will get through it. There no over way of going there, but by getting through, right?

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