I have all this acquired stuff thats dragging me down and overwhelming me. I’m going to try to get rid of the clutter and organize to see physically how possible it’ll be to move. If i can see the dream maybe the reality will be easier.
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seana has written 10 entries about this goal
all the sites about setting healthy boundaries say that the last option is to physically move and it actually even works.
i’ve been here too long, sure it’s comfortable in ways, but other places have alot to offer also and i wouldn’t mind leaving with a partner. that’s the thing… with a partner.
i’ll do it when i get married and start my own family… at some point.
seattle came up twice with random strangers recently.
one person was saying how much they hated it there… elderly. but they did say the air was so fresh. they also said, you couldn’t plan anything because it was always raining, people are always sick and mold is everywhere.
and then the young person just came from there and is having issues with getting sunburned after going for a bike ride. you can just tell when people are from seattle though. they’re more chill.
(i absolutely LOVE ethiopian food)
i’m talking to someone from seattle as of late, he told me of a bunch of really cool things to check out next time i’m in seattle. definitely saving that email :)
i feel like every couple months, someone reminds me again why i really need to move there.
man, i can LIVE off salmon. and have been for the last month or so. if only i lived in washington, where i could easily get an endless supply, easily. vs bugging my friend to take me to costco all the time in arizona. sigh
i just don’t have the funds to move there at all right now.
i’ll keep dreaming…
my boyfriend has been thinking about taking me to seattle and perhaps moving there at some point. my brother mentioned maybe/possibly moving to or near seattle when he’s ready to have kids (couple years or less)... but i think he’s wanting to be closer to california. either way, he’d be on the west coast again, which would be fantastic!
i feel like i’ve given up on this, it’s been a year… i’ll revisit this thought later, perhaps.
totally want to move to seattle. one of the best trips i’ve ever taken, as a tourist anyway. second time there. i’ve been dreaming about this forever, time to make it a reality. i’m really scared about finances though.