My name is Heather. I just moved to Austin, TX a few months ago. I moved here because I took a job with E-Corps. My job is to travel around the state of TX sleep in a tent and build trail structures. Sounds like a cool job, and it is. The problem is I don't really want to work for this organization. I also don't enjoy doing this kind of work in this state. It's not visually stimulating. I have found a job that I really want and am qualified to do. It's in Austin which is good because I have signed a one year lease. Tomorrow I'm heading over there to talk to this new organization. The other job I'm looking at is working for a children's shelter. Which is something that I know I would enjoy doing. There isn't much going on in my love life. I did just turn 30 a few days ago. I'm healthy and horny...
Just my thoughts on where we are now
My rant on my best friend husband and what does is have to do with my boyfriend.
JK, I don't need any help, lol. But my boyfriend really is perfect. Perfect for me anyway. I just kind of wanted to put this out there for everyone who tried to help me deal with my last boyfriend.
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