Making it work, well, that's where the fun begins.
Join Kyle and Elliott as they adjust to sharing their lives with one another, both in and out of the spotlight. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll wonder if these two will ever get it right.
Something about bringing in boxes and depositing a bunch of functional home
making equipment within them means the temperature of an apartment grows cold.
I’m moving about, shifting things from one place to another, cleaning inside
kitchen cupboards ready for tomorrow morning’s handover with the rental agent.
I should be warm. But I’m frozen to my core.
This was the place that I argued with my dad, one of our last conversations
and certainly our last argument.
This is where I was living when I opened the contract for my new position
which would eventually lead to meeting Elliott. I’ll be leaving a part of my
history within these grubby walls. I know moving doesn’t mean you abandon the
memories, but I’m still taken aback by how sentimental I feel about a place I
never really liked that much. I guess it’s like splitting up with a girlfriend
you don’t like. You’re still sad it didn’t work out, but you never had
expectations in the first place.
Humans are complicated. It baffles me how we can make sense of others when
we very often can’t make sense of ourselves.
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Meet the Author
Ooh, where to start? I used to work in a proper job that was
and reflexologist which meant I had downtime to fill and I knew just the thing.
all manner of sex scenes and scrapes. I say I'm so happy because I have
whichever imaginary friends with me, doing exactly what I like, when I want.
Who could ask for more? Hah!
Instagram and I have my own
interaction from you guys. Much as I love my imaginary friends, it's great to
speak to real people too.