April 27, 2009

Preparing for the Big Move

I have a strong feeling that this week, Tracy and baby will be moving in. All this means is that it's time to clean up and roll out for both of us.

We've come to realize that living apart just doesn't work. For one, moving around requires a lot of energy and two, it sucks spending the night apart even if loneliness happens only once or twice a week.

Caesar sipping on baby juice. April 2009.

The sucky part about this is that I'll have to move my room/office/sanctuary outside, into the wilderness, to another room, still inside my house. All the old memories, and privacy will be only but a figment of my imagination.

I still live with my parents, and they have no clue of what's about to happen. They probably won't notice either. They're of the type that are never around, so I'm expecting a smooth transition.

My sister says this type of madness doesn't happen in places like the United States. She believes that, unlike American boys, I'm not man enough to move out on my own. The truth is, I'm only just realizing what it takes to feed a family single handedly, and it's not easy, not one bit. But by human instinct, I am looking forward to that day when I can walk nude in my own house.

Dang, what a week in hand! Is anybody going to Agriculture Show? Before it slips my mind, Man Utd play the first leg of the Champions League semi finals at Old Trafford this Wednesday (wear your red), and Ricky Hatton fights Mani Pacquiao on May 2. Ciao.

9 comments:

Domanick Fabro said...

i know what you mean, just supporting my xbox habit and internet is a lot. I can't imagine what our parents go through for us... but luckily you will soon. Good luck and congrats.

Roy Rosado said...

Like i've told you before until you're on your own, only then will you realize how easy you still have it. But good luck with the moving. need help moving your stuff? jeje.. Will be nice when you're living together. Yeah that is true that your parents might not even know what happened until about a month later. lol.
Well they won the game 1-0 like you said and hell yes gotta watch Pacquiao, he's the best. Rafiq sends hi to little poopis

Leonardo Melendez said...

@Pollos: I like Pacquiao but Hitman fans are sensational, just like watching a football match! I'll drop Caes over one of these days.

Leal said...

Since when do they notice who's in their house? Its only when you mistakenly catch them in their underwear that they question why you are there.

Agri Feast is postponed, from what I heard.

Beth said...

Well, Leo, I find your family situation interesting even mind bloogling, but just remember, you are not the first one to do it...you will survive and you will become so much more responsible because of it.

Just remember that there is an order to everything.

I am cheering for you

Leonardo Melendez said...

@Beth: Cheering?! Hehehe. It's not as bad as it looks, if it does look bad at all.

Anonymous said...

Hope u didnt ride wit Hatton...The Filipino bomber came n did damage...

Anonymous said...

Oh by the way Agri is end of the month which sucks..i think it shud have been the long weeken which next week...

Leonardo Melendez said...

@Agric: I only like the Hatton fans. Manny is untouchable! Thanks for the agric stuff. I got that info a couple days ago. Thanks anyway :)