Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Getting braver

Talked to Girl Roomie about the apartment situation and although she didn't say I could go ahead and go, she may already have an apartment lined up which she will be checking on soon. Hooray for not procrastinating!


Sensei Ern said...

You need to get out of there. Get out of the state altogether.

If you moved to the east coast, somewhere like Georgia or the Carolinas, you will have the ocean nearby, plenty of work with comparable pay since there is a lot of construction going on in that area. Plus, you will have a lot less stress to deal with.

People in that area, while not casual about other people's concerns and needs, are much more laid back about their own concerns. In just about any area, I bet you would be accepted as a family member. The people there are very friendly and giving.

I read that a lot of northerners are moving there, so you won't seem like the only non-local.

eeebc: the exhausted gasp heard when a Californian decides they have had enough of the rat race and move to a place less stressful

Ginamonster said...

I keep hearing that, but I think if I am going to come to that conclusion, I need to do it on my own. Califonians aren't all bad. Remember, I was born and raised here.

Sensei Ern said...

My pastor's wife is from San Diego. She's not bad either. I apologize that I failed to indicate that I was not talking about all Californians.

I like you was hesitant to move away, too. I lived in Iowa for 27 years and decided to up and move to DC. I don't regret doing it. i regret not doing it sooner.