Anyway. The point is that I can't find a place to catch my husband up on the latest episodes of a show he won't admit to watching, and it's more annoying than you could imagine. Stupid Hulu. Why can't you just bend the rules for me and work, eh?
But the bigger point is: The most intense problem with my life right now is how difficult it is to keep abreast of American television. And that's all.
My dear Readers, you have suffered with me through long months of loneliness. You know exactly how long I have waited to reach this point in my life. ...and it's HERE. NOW. Right this very second. I have everything I've been wanting: I have a safe, mostly-quiet home that's filled with things I love. I have time and space to plan my future and reach for my goals. I have a very supportive group of friends and family who are there for me no matter where I'm currently residing. Most importantly, I have a husband who loves me and comes home to our apartment every night. And I couldn't be more thrilled.
The months it took us to reach this place are just a foggy memory. I remember that it hurt, and that it was hard, but I don't feel it anymore. It seems completely unimportant. For once, the end truly justifies the means.
This Thursday or Friday we're driving off into the