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It’s been a while since I’ve posted here.  It’s not that I haven’t had opinions, but more that I’ve had too many.  I’ve been feeling overwhelmed with all the current events that beg me to step up on my soapbox.   Too many options.  Too many opinions.  But, I digress…

In a couple of weeks, I’m going to leave Happy Hollow behind and set up housekeeping in a new home.  It’s a complex that’s just been completed here in town, a few miles from here.  Moving on has taken on a whole new meaning for me.     I look forward to having a new address, a new home, new neighbors and new surroundings.  What I don’t–most vehemently don’t–look forward to are the multitudes of tasks that I must complete before that can all occur.  I’ve been here for six years–three months, five days, seven hours, and 15 minutes.  If that sounds like I’ve been counting, it’s because I have.  (an opinion I will air at another time under the heading of un-neighborly neighbors and mismanaging property management corporations)

IMHO, moving from one place to another–physically, emotionally, and/or figuratively–is much more than just a change of address.  It’s a change in attitude, a change in perspective, a change in life.

What do you think?  Please leave a comment and let me know your opinion(s)!

P.S. I apologize if this seems vague and disjointed–I’ll do better next time when I’m not preoccupied with all the minutiae my moving on entails.  Suzy