I’m the happiest I’ve ever been. The age gap is 21 years – I know, it seems very scandalous. I finished high school and went straight into university, I now have a stable teaching job. During the beginning of us living together, it felt as though I was a ghost in his home; he would be busy with work, yelling on the phone and I’d just be trying to zone it all out, but [now] whenever we’re together, he answers the phone and tells people he’ll call them right back and that he’s with someone very important. So, in that respect, I guess I did feel as though I was “setting up shop” but now that I have a sense of completion and pride of who I’m with and our personal, yet, intertwined life journeys, I’m no longer a lost girl looking for some place to rent in someone else’s world.
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