March 20th, 2011
Back to working on the person I want to be. I would really like to be organized, but I'm not sure how likely that is to happen. Keep trying?
I'm planning a trip to Ikea soooon. After I figure out my budget and do my taxes.
Part of the problem I'm running into right now is the question of whether I have moved out here - that is, semi-permanent until a better idea comes along - or whether I'm just living out here for awhile.
I don't know. And it affects how I plan things. Do I assume moving and work toward an adult place - curtains, decent bed things, furniture? Plans to get *my things* which I miss? Or do I assume it is temporary and not accumulate things? Things like jars to organize the pantry, or canning supplies, or fabric and a sewing machine - which are essential to part of the 'who I want to be.' I can be rid of some of the things back in storage, but some of them would make me very, very happy to not re-purchase.
The problem with the idea of moving permanently, though, is how much I miss the people I've left in NC. It hurts to think about not living there. Life is far too short.
Thank you for the comments - I'm sorry for not replying, but they mean a lot to me every time I get one. And I may get around to replying when the current unidentifiable anxiety calms down.
you should move to portland. so should a lot of people from NC. win-win!
|Date:||March 22nd, 2011 12:58 pm (UTC)|| |
I've heard Portland's nice. do they have any theaters? ;)
lots. :) and if you really want to discuss it, i know someone who works in portland theater i can put you in touch with.
Back to working on the person I want to be. I would really like to be… - rebel without a skirt
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