is something I don’t like to do, but it’s necessary with the lifestyle we live.
When I first moved Charleston, saying good-bye to my family and friends in Washington was not the easiest. Of course, I see them every now and again, but it wasn’t easy going from seeing them all the time to going half a year or so, until I see them again.
In Charleston, I gave several farewells to the friends that I made there, its not fun stuff. Although, I’m ecstatic to be seeing them again on our cross country roadtrip! I’ve made some pretty great friends along the way on this crazy journey.
And in New York, I’m doing more farewells, there’s really nothing to prepare yourself for it. But it saddens me, when they’re just as bummed about me leaving as I am. In a way, it’s nice that they liked having me around. If anyone’s confused, I’m talking about the people I work with. That’s where the base of my friendships began, all through work.
Our next move will be permanent … for a few years, which is nice. I can finally establish myself and do what I’ve wanted to do for so long. Going back to school for graphic design, possibly finding a better paying job (meh), dancing hula again, and being around family. There’s so much to look forward to, but taking actions towards them is another thing. It’s always my intent, but something always happens.
So, I vow to myself to pursue my dreams and not make excuses along the way. I’m notorious for making excuses for myself, but now’s the time to do what I want and be happy (well happier, my life is great!).
Here’s to the future!