The Crash

Sometimes, it's nearly impossible to see the bright side of things though. Like with my goal of moving to Texas in the summer of 2014.

Excerpt from blog:

Last week I told you about how a friend of mine has been set against me going to Texas. Unfortunately, they may very well get their wish.

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WitchOf1990 WitchOf1990
26-30, M
2 Responses Dec 8, 2012

Being an Ohio born myself, I can understand wanting to branch out.
I went from Oxford, Ohio, to Louisville and ended up in Missouri. You end up on whatever path you end up on. Just enjoy the ride. Even if you don't go to Texas, there are opportunities elsewhere. Don't get too disheartened friend :)

Thank you :-). You're right; doors open up everyday if we keep our eyes open for them.

Is there a reason why you want to go to Texas specifically?

Where I currently live, the likelihood of creating any kind of a future is almost non-existent. Austin, though it has a higher cost of living, presents better opportunities for making a living. It's also my clean slate in a way; a place where I won't have the reminder of what has been and can focus purely on the present and the future.

(Well that was long winded...)