finding the right fit can be hard.
Do you ever feel this way about roommates?
Spend too much time doing this?
Coming soon, to an empty room near you…
(pronounce it like an angry German man: “VY-BULL!” However, I’ll accept a simple pronouncation of “why-bull”)
Her name is Lydia. Lydia Weibel.
In a world of women, women who don’t unclog the shower drain, you can trust that Lydia will definitely unclog the shower drain.
I mean, seriously.
That crap is nasty.
Current Apartment Sneak-Peeks
Elizabeth Beeli (April 2019)
“I had the pleasure of being roommates with Lydia Weibel for the period of one year.
I would have loved to remain roommates with her but unfortunately work logistics pushed us in different directions (I’m moving to Vancouver, Canada.)
My experience with Lydia as a roommate was extremely positive. She was very responsible to me, our landlord and home at all times. She played a critical role in ensuring the house upkeep was pristine and even helped fix items that needed repair. She ensured our mail, trash and logistics with our landlord was squared away in a timely fashion each month.
Lydia always paid her rent on time and went above and beyond to ensure the environment of the house was positive. She displayed a phenomenal ability to communicate with our landlord efficiently and quickly. She was clean, respectful, and added tasteful decor to the living space. With a fun personality and adventurous spirit she was always down for exploring the city. She kept her room and shared living space impeccably clean. Noise levels were kept and low respectful at all times.
She is the best roommate I’ve ever had. I’ll cherish our relationship going forward in the hopes, but regardless of if, we house together again.”
“Lydia is the coolest. Seriously.”
“Lydia is the worst.”