away from life

I’ll be in Montana until September.

Completely disconnected.

Just my lovely parents, amazing sister, best friend (and brother) Seamus, and fantastic Anita. And lots of hiking. Oh, and wine.

But no signal.

Upon my return, I will be diving into my last semester of school. I’m kind of weirded out by the thought that I will be | leaving | in January, but determined to stay in Bloomington mentally until I actually leave, if that makes sense.

Now accepting proposed study and dinner dates.


I’ve been having lots of mini-epiphanies lately… Just “oh, of course” moments.

I’m amazed at the grace and intelligence of the people around me. Thank you for helping me to aspire to be more.

8 thoughts on “away from life

  1. eep! have fun!
    sorry i wont see you before you leaves…unless i can come over today?

    anyway. pencil me in for 4 dinner dates, on a month.

  2. ha. you only think you’re leaving. i’m really going to handcuff you and keep you tied up in the closet! MWA HA HA HA!!!!

    no, but seriously, we gots ta chill out once you get back. i’ve been sort of mentally disconnected lately, and i haven’t spent time with any of my friends lately. This needs to be remedied.

  3. …determined to stay in Bloomington mentally until I actually leave, if that makes sense…

    Perfect sense to me. I’m terrible about doing that.

    Until you leave, Bloo, I’ll take any time with you any way I can take it.
    Interpret as you will, so long as said interpretation is dirty. ;D

    <3

  4. “I’m amazed at the grace and intelligence of the people around me.” I think that about you, at times.

    Have a wonderful vacation. I’ve never been to Montana, so I don’t really have any relevant parting words other than that I’m sure you deserve a length, restful, break.

    Leaving Bloomington is weird. I finally feel like the frenzy of the past few months has caught up with me and I’m processing, filtering, reconfiguring. My vacation’s been obessive towards that aim. Otherwise, fine 🙂

    This is Heather by the way.

  5. “I’m amazed at the grace and intelligence of the people around me.” I think that about you, at times.

    Have a wonderful vacation. I’ve never been to Montana, so I don’t really have any relevant parting words other than that I’m sure you deserve a length, restful, break.

    Leaving Bloomington is weird. I finally feel like the frenzy of the past few months has caught up with me and I’m processing, filtering, reconfiguring. My vacation’s been obessive towards that aim. Otherwise, fine 🙂

    This is Heather by the way.

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