Los Angeles vs.:
There’s really no contest. At least, not for me.
Blue (thankfully) sunny skies, the smell of an unpolluted ocean, and clean, fresh air. I stopped during my run this morning to take the photo above. I’ll be moving here in about four weeks, and the visual landscape – a deer was trotting down the road as I made my way downtown – reminded me that I made the right decision.
However, my social circle will be shrinking down to almost nothing, so I’ll have to make some kind of attempt at meeting people so that I don’t become a social misfit. Well, okay…so that I don’t increase my misfitness. Or, I could go back to grunting as a means of communication. Maybe I’ll meet a nice caveboy and live an uncomplicated life with him, not with words, but with a lot of colorful gestures.
My plan is for this move to be my in-between place, to take stock and plan my next step. Think good thoughts for my sanity, as I will be *gulp* temporarily moving back in with my parents.
But, one thing at a time.
I still have to break up with work next week, which, once done, will make my leaving that much more real.
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…let me know how annette reacts to your leaving…
ahh, making friends as an adult can be difficult but people move everyday and start over. you will be fine!! so fine, that i hope you don’t forget about us ;0
How could I forget? After all we’ve been through together? You gals are my support system…