Thursday, June 9, 2011

My back hurts, apologies

I'm laying on the floor in the middle of Madic's room while he sleeps beside me. This is the only place in the entire apartment where we can steal internet. It's sad. But at the moment I am searching for the best internet providers so I can hang out in the comfort of my own room, on my little air mattress surrounded by a whole lotta nothing. Yep, I don't have any furniture.
When I say this out loud to real live people they look at me like I'm nuts. Maybe it's because they were already wide eyed and open mouthed at the fact that I was planning to move 2,000 miles away from their comfort zone without a plan other than apply to a million and one jobs and hope one of them falls in love with me. And if that didn't work out, sell myself online. Just Kidding. Sheesh. But really, to me, either thing is not crazy, it's an adventure. It's called taking chances, stepping out of your comfort zone - and not even that far out! It's called learning.

And that is all I have to say at the moment because my back already hurts sitting here. I know, I fail. But this is called living - not having time or the ability to skype, and you all dealing with it.
Just kidding on the harsh attitude, I'm tired. But I really love you all.
And HI! to my new followers! Please leave me a comment to introduce yourselves - I want to learn all about you.

I promise when I can sit right in my own room (or at a library) I will write you a beautifully ridiculous post about all my (mis)adventures on my road trip.



  1. Sweet girl!!! Can't wait to go shopping :)

  2. Can't wait to hear about the road trip!

    And when I was 23 I packed up my clothes and my cats and a 19-inch tube TV and my college flip-and-f*ck and moved [back] to Orlando all on my own. I lived in a one bedroom apartment with basically no furniture for 7 months and I have nothing but fond memories of the entire experience. So you're not alone. Or nuts. And you'll be just fine :)


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