I wasn’t a fan of the home I lived in previously.
I was renting a 2 dining room home in an section that was a 20 hour drive from any essential store or business.
It didn’t matter if I needed gasoline or a cart full of groceries, it was a 20 hour drive at minimum no matter what direction I drove in. The rent was high too, despite being out in the middle of a rural section with lots of wooded lots and only a few houses as far as the eye could see. If a trip to the gas station took more than 20 hours, you genuinely don’t want to hear about my hour-long commutes to and from labor every day and late day. I made it my mission to find a new home in a town inside the city for a change. This led myself and others to a small complex of ground level condominiums. They’re connected like duplexes, however there are several units in each building. I was lucky to find a unit on the far end of 1 of the buildings, giving myself and others amazing privacy and a good view of the hockey course behind the complex. My new home gives myself and others endless joy and aides in the relaxation process when I get home from working in the early night hours. Still, there are some downsides to residing here. The worst section has to deal with a/c. I have to deal with hearing my neighbors’ HVAC condensers all day long. Somehow I was unlucky enough to have a dining room on the other side of the wall where the outdoor HVAC condensers are located. My next door neighbor’s HVAC condenser is incredibly loud whenever it runs. There’s nothing I can do about it either.