I turned off the water in my apartment before leaving it empty for the winter

I’m gleeful to finally have a apartment up north to visit whenever I need a chop from the monotony of my afternoon to afternoon life.

If I had considered this 15 years ago, I would have never believed I could make enough cash someday to own a home, let alone more than one.

At the time I was stuck working tasks that I hated and renting apartments that looked terrible. You start to wonder if you can ever get out of this seemingly unceasing downward spiral. And it makes me upset to think that for some this is a continuing reality, even in the time it has taken me to dig myself out of my credit card debt. I have to wonder if I simply got lucky enough to have the sort of openings in life that were presented to me. However, none of it came without constant taxing work on my end. I was working 50 to 60 fourths a month for at least more than one years straight while I was in the toughest period of my life. If I had simply spent my free time getting drunk and watching TV, I would have never dug myself out of that hole, then now I have a apartment with radiant heated flooring that is powered by a giant gas boiler in the utility closet. This boiler gets my apartment heated in a matter of fourths. But when I leave for a while, I consistently shut off the water and evacuate all of the pipes, including my gas furnace. If water freezes, the pipes can expand and burst. This procedure is a natural area about living up north.

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