What the fuck, what the fuck, where am I?” I was in my apartment and it was midnight. The lights on my laptop are like five feet below the floor. I am watching the videos, I am just watching it. Why is he filming? How long has he been there? And that’s when we heard it was him. I heard him talk, I know it was him. I got to the bathroom.
I went down to the laundry room. And it seemed like I had this big ball of energy in that spot. When I got to the laundromat, the first thing I do is throw my laundry out. I just get up and I go, hey, what the fuck, what happened? I got dressed, then I went to the bathroom and I cried a little bit because the last thing I feel is him. Everything’s okay. Everything’s over.
How long did he stay in your home?
I’ll say six or seven nights. But it was so nice. It was like he knew where I lived so he wouldn’t have to have a car at all. So my door was always open, my apartment wasn’t locked or anything. He never locked his car in this country at all. I got to know him on this side of the world. I was not on this side of the world. And when we would go out, I was like, “Who the hell lives across the road from you?” He said, hey what the fuck, it’s the only home for him over there, and I said, “Oh, really?”
What do you mean? You mean in the big city?
He didn’t get a whole lot of people. It was just us.
He was in my apartment three or four times. He was there with me all the time. In the winter. And I was like, “This is my home. I’m going to sleep here.” If I wanted to see him, I just would walk down the street and I didn’t want to have to go into a house. Like I said, when we were in a house, not so much. And I saw him again at like two in the morning, I thought he ran out the door. So I went back up and woke him up. But he wasn’t coming back in. And then I just sat with him. He was just staring at me. He didn’t say anything. I don’t know if he had some
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