I’ve known for some time but haven’t publicly talked about it on the blog for multiple reasons, mainly because I needed to accept that it was happening. It’s not a bad thing. Nor is it necessarily awesome. I mean it’s October. You know what’s coming. Winter. And unlike GoT, winter in Minnesota always kicks ass. And again, depending on your perspective, that’s a good thing or a really bad, bad thing.
So why the move back? If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, you know that I’ve felt a bit stuck and lost since I talked about it constantly. Or whined. Whined would be an acceptable description too. 😀
At some point, though, you have to stop whining and do something. And my doing something is to take a step back and figure things out, while not living in the one of the most expensive cities in the world. To start the next phase of my journey (and I have no idea what that is, which is both super terrifying and super exciting!) and to get back on track again.
Road Trip! Road Trip!
I’m heading back to Minnesota in a couple weeks (yup, Max and I are going on a major road trip together!) so I’ll be taking a break from blogging during that time. Now I still plan to participate in the Show Us Your Books Link-Up tomorrow and will read your blogs posts in between packing, which sucks so bad, so you’ll still see me out and about.
Once I get settled, I’ll be back, optimistically full-time in November. I may pop up on Halloween because you-know-who may be forced against his mighty will into some super duper cute costume that I’ll have to share with you to his great shame and my delight.
To What’s Next
As you can imagine I’ve had all the feels and it’s been a bit of a roller coaster. Right now, I’m cautiously optimistic, nervous, excited and a bit sad. And I’m okay with it. My living situation will be a bit in flux (I’ll be living at home temporarily while my new place is getting ready) but life is about change and I’m ready for a change.
Any moving advice for me? It’s been a long time since I moved and the last move was paid for by my employer, so it was much, much easier. 😀