Thursday, February 26, 2009

I don't get jealous often, but um...

I am jealous dammit! Of anyone who has the opportunity to pick up from where they are and move across the country, next door, or to a completely different continent and start over.

Now don't get me wrong.

My heart belongs to California. In my opinion, you'll be hard pressed to find a more beautfiul state. Between the coast line, the mountains, the redwoods, and the wine country, it's just a really picturesque place to be. But i've been here my entire life (except for the 2 years spent in Atlanta) and i'm ready to move on. I've done the south. Don't care to do the mid-west. So there's no other place for me to go in the U.S besides NYC and I want to go NOW.

I visited last spring and instantly fell in love. The culture, the people, the vibe, Canal st knockoff purses (lol)...i love it. The food I could leave or take. I did love the egg rolls. Omg i've never in my life had a better egg roll. But other than that, I wasn't too terribly impressed with the cuisine. But that makes no difference to me, I wanna go. If I could drop everything and move now and not be homeless/jobless, i would be there tonight. Unfortunately life doesn't work like that so i'll be patient and wait for my gf and I to finish school, get all the degrees I need to get and make my way out there properly. Patience is a virtue.


  1. awww well you're at a good age for it. I LOVEEE LA and have thought I would only 'cheat' on LA with NYC. I've been there a ton of times (had a gf there for a min), so yeah. It's amazing! Good luck!

  2. In due time, sweetie, in due time. Although, I'm not 2 pressed to be out there myself since I was born and bread on the wonderful East Coast:)(And I do miss the cuisine, thank u very much). But I kno u need your time out there, and our children will definately need to spend some time out there, so a house in NYC will definately come


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