evilcorynn HEY YOU!
And the other people who noticed my panic: I managed to talk to my landlord and she informed me as to what was going on. It more or less sounded like she kind of panicked herself, not knowing how to address or communicate that things were not the way she wanted, or even that she could talk to me and I was more than willing to listen/change. I know I should probably know this stuff, I just..obviously don’t. \facedesk
SO IT’S OKAY. She has retracted her letter asking me to leave by the 30th and has asked instead that I make some changes to the shared areas that were the point of contention (not that my roommate really complained per se, according to the landlord, she simply informed her that it was a bit of a struggle to get the access she wants in the kitchen) (and my side of the living room is really I just should keep it cleaner/move things into my room please because people be walking).
And yeah. It’s understandable. I’m a bit frazzled still, and stressed, but I’m okay with making these adjustments because I’d also really rather not have to find another place.
I JUST NEED TO REMEMBER COMMUNICATION IS IMPORTANT.