[before_listing images=http://www.www.off-grid.net/wp-content/uploads/c2ab199d2399f58da7b9aad73041160c.jpg youtube=null] Not only am I Free Spirited, I’m also selfish.
Hi. My name is Imelda. I guess I’ve always been the weird kid. Well I’m 30 years old now. Finally READY to head out on my own. Always wanted to be independent and just haven’t truly figured out how to do it.
Always thought that it meant owning a house and a car and being a big shot.
I’m not going off the grid because the government makes me angry. They can take their taxes from my paycheck and sales taxes at the store. Its fine.
At least I have my car and my job.
Unfortunately my car needs a little work. Stupid check engine light is on and has kept me from getting current inspection and registration. Which is ok though. I want to get it taken care of soon with the money I save from not having to pay rent.
I’m going to park my car at my gym which is open 24 hours. I’ll be showering there getting my fat self in shape and eating delicious food that I don’t have to cook and don’t have to wash dishes.
I get excited just thinking about it.
Of course all I have is a 2000 Mazda Protege. So All I need to know is the most comfortable way to sleep in it. I know for damn sure it isn’t in the drivers seat ha!
Oh and how to stay cool in the heat of summer and humidity and how to keep the bugs off. (Mosquitos)
Well just find me on Facebook or I’m sure you can message me here, but I’m so ready for this. People are worried about me. Why? Guess you could call me an optimist, but I see nothing, but good coming from this.[landbuddy_listing images=http://www.www.off-grid.net/wp-content/uploads/c2ab199d2399f58da7b9aad73041160c.jpg youtube=null]

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