My brother got married Friday.
I also submitted my last undergraduate paper ever. I’m officially done.
Getting ready to move here, been sitting in Bauhaus a lot looking over what will soon be my city.
Not really processing much yet. Well, I got through the first one, and sort of the third one.
From what I’ve observed, you Bloomington folk sure are a flighty bunch.
Which is an excellent quality, btw.
And when are you going to find yourself on the West Coast?
Hm, in about 6 days. 🙂
Oh, you mean permanently.
I’ve been planning a move back for far too long. As soon as I save up some more $$ and get myself out of debt and find a good job in SF or Berkeley, I shall make my (triumphant?) return to SF.
With so many of the cool, beautiful people here escaping to the Coasts, I don’t want to be left behind!
good luck with the move. and i’m sure breinne is heartbroken that your brother got married:) haha
all i did was comment on his hot bod :).
good luck with the move! and change.
be sure to let us know when youre leaving for sure.
Good luck on your move, and I hope it’s more snow and ice-free than mine was.
Death is change. Death is change. Death is change. Death is
Hm. Doesn’t make for a good mantra but it has a few different readings.
Good luck with the transition, you. Can’t believe it’s already December…
see you soon though.
Oh! Geez! I forgot you were here!! I’d have coffee with you 🙂 Only if you have some more raunchy & inappropriate jokes for me! hee hee!! 😛
“…what will soon be…”
Personally, I’m of the opinion that it’s already your city. It’s here waiting for you to finally get your ass over here on a more permanent basis. 🙂
And I’d rather think of is as: “Life is Change.”
well, experiencing and processing, and ‘getting through’ are all so different.
what is bauhaus, besides an orgasmically wonderful art movement?
you have now bought a city. take care of it.
this sentence is open ended