#253 “I can’t go on living like some kind of vagabond for months”

When Maud is about to move into her new home, her new love, Geo, destroys her for her own sake. He tells Charlie that Maud is the former Tommy of Charlie’s new love, which makes Charlie no longer want to live with Maud. So Maude has to start her search for a home from scratch. And her relationship with Jiu isn’t going smoothly either: they decide to take it a little easier. When she works in the editorial office, her editor-in-chief comes to her. “Say Maud, I wanted to ask you one more thing, but have you seen this yet?”

I look at the editor-in-chief’s phone screen in astonishment. There on the screen I see a vacancy. This is a permanent position on the editorial board. I look at her interrogatingly. “Mn, no, I haven’t seen her yet…” I answer desperately. “What’s Next?”

“I think it’s something for you!” You answer cheerfully. “Maud, you are a very good force. If you were to apply, I wouldn’t even invite other girls to be honest. I would like to be our employee. But then your independent life ends, so think about it carefully. A permanent job with vacations, vacation pay and your own office space.” But it’s no longer the freedom to go where you want to. Or be out during the week,” she winks. I have to chuckle. Secretly I feel proud that after such a short time it seems that she already has such confidence in me. But would I really give up my independent life for a permanent job? I’m still very young!

Fortunately, I have plenty of time to think about her suggestion. A lot is on the agenda, because I have to find a new home. Maybe I should deviate a bit and get better? Or Weesp or Amsterdam North or something? The idea that I have to take the ferry every day gives me a slight breakdown, but I’m trying to shake it off. What if I find my dream home? I decide to expand my search area and immediately see a number of houses in the city that satisfy me in terms of furniture. Prices are a bit high, but if I really get a permanent job, I might be able to afford it…

Hmmm. It is worth considering. I immediately make some viewing appointments. Less than an hour later I got a call to get a house in Amstelveen Nord. “Well, I wish the best then,” I guess I’m bringing back the days I can go back.

A few days later I was walking around the apartment in Amstelveen. The house is not very big, but in itself it is good for someone on their own. And Jiu and I did all the way again Adores He could easily spend the night here. As long as we don’t live together: the house is really too small to accommodate more things besides my stuff. The apartment owner asks: “Can you tell us quickly?” “I have a few other viewers and I really want it to be ready by the end of the month that I’m going to rent to them…” I’m itching a little because everything has to be done so quickly. But on the other hand: I can’t live for months as some kind of hobo. From couch to couch…

“OK I will do it!” I hear myself say. Before I can back out, I give my details to the owner so you can settle the contract. When I’m on the tram again, I don’t know where to look for it. I’ve said yes to a house I don’t know if it’s really mine, but I’m so desperate that I don’t really care. I can make it myself! I quickly called Rochella to tell them I would probably have a new home. Then he called Jiu to do the same. Then I text my editor-in-chief; “I’d like to sit with you next week, my love!” Almost immediately I receive a text message: “Top mod. Come to me when you are there.”

That Friday, I’m toasting with Rochelle and Jesse to my “new” life: the homeowner arranged the contract on the spot this week. Both girls are so happy for me. I didn’t tell them things weren’t going smoothly with Jiu. Nobody needs to know that again I don’t have perfect, stable lovers at the moment. I’m making an appointment with Rochelle to go shopping in second hand stores inland soon. “Shall we go to a festival tomorrow to celebrate this?! I don’t have that little kid tomorrow either and I feel like going back to the old fashioned again if I’m being honest,” Rochelle suggests. Secretly I think that’s a good idea and Jesse jumps right in. We buy a ticket for the 909th Festival, in Amsterdam Boss, in a hurry. I hesitate for a moment, but then I also use Gio if he wants to come over. Almost immediately I get an answer that I like.

So on Saturday I’m with my friends and my boyfriend at a festival. The average age at the festival is much higher than ours: I think there are mainly people over 40. It doesn’t bother me: the weather is good and I feel great, but the orgasm penny I took definitely contributes to that. We dance wildly in front of the main stage. Every now and then one of us walks away to have a drink or go to the bathroom. As night falls and the darkness slowly becomes darker, the rhythm of the music rises slightly. I don’t really want to leave my place, but I really need to go to the toilet around 10 pm. “I will be right back!” I scream as I quickly walk away.

As soon as I enter the toilets, I feel someone tapping on my shoulder. The person shouts “Hey Moggi!” I turn around and feel the color drain from my face. “Oh my God… what are you doing here?!”

Maud (23 years old) loves to party and travel. I recently started working as an editor for a magazine. Her relationship with her boyfriend Tommy has just ended and Maud is looking for a new home in Amsterdam. Every week she reads her adventures in a new way episode From the book Maud Night.

#252 “What are you doing, Jio?”

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