Greatest Adventure

Feb 24, 2020

One of the most adventurous things is, my cousin, who had Myasthenia gravis and bedbugs in her house. She passed away. So after she passed away, I call one of my mother’s friends and tell them my cousin passed away.

She said, forget that she’s your cousin and you got to move out of the house. So I pack up most of my things and had them out in front of the house, and I call my brother and ask my brother, can I come and live with him. He said he had to think about it. And he called me back and said yes.

So I pack my stuff up, move out to Long Island. Amityville, Long Island. He came and got me. My family saw me off. Then as I lived with my brother, he didn’t want me to touch this, he didn’t want me to touch that. He didn’t want me to touch this. I said, “Well, you know where I come from, I don’t have anything. Why are you fussing about what I’m touching?” He said, “Well, these are my things and you’re touching my stuff.” I said, “Well, what am I going to do?”

So he was a dialysis patient. He had mood swings. I said, “It’s time for me to move on.” So when I heard, I called assisted living, they said they’ll take me on as a resident. I repack my stuff, went to assisted living, but I couldn’t eat their food.

So I went in the hospital because I was bleeding in my stool. And I had to go to the hospital. And when I said, “I can’t go back to the assisted living because their food is not good for me.” I had to move on. And I came here. And I came here, I saw a lot of older people. I’m looking for young people to associate with. I ain’t have too many when I came. But then I said, “I had to find another purpose for being here.” And that’s it.