I have always been terrified of horror movies. I’m the type of person that will watch a scary movie with friends and then have nightmares for a week. I don’t know why I’m so affected by them. And more importantly, I don’t know why I keep watching them.
I can’t even count of the number of times that I’ve gone to the bathroom in the night and then leaped back onto the bed as quickly as possible so that I don’t get attacked by whatever is hiding in my room at that moment. I should add that I’m twenty-six and have lived on my own for the past four years, so I definitely don’t have the excuse of being a scared child. I’m a scared adult…
I’m now officially a first-home buyer! I’m currently living in a small, two-story home which I purchased with the help of a copious amount of loans. The house, being forty-something years old has every type of 80s feature you can imagine. The tiles and styling I’ve gotten used to. The shower curtain on the other hand, I most certainly have not. I can’t even look at a shower curtain without relieving one of the many scenes of a woman about to meet her fate after her home’s been invaded by a serial killer.
If you haven’t gathered yet, the shower curtain is the first thing that has to go. I’ve been showering without it since I moved in. There’s no way I’m going to risk not being able to see an intruder walking through the bathroom door. I’ve done some research on glazier Melbourne services, and expect to have pristine glass shower screens put in before the end of the month.
It’s funny how much fear can impact us. You’d think the first thing I’d want to change is the fluro yellow that my front door has been painted. Maybe my first priority will be to fix the ugly staircase; this place could certainly do with a new stair balustrade. Actually…nope, getting a new shower screen is my absolute first priority.