By now, I have lived half of my life in CA and the other half living in the east coast.  I don't care if I end up living in the east coast the rest of my life,
I will always consider CA my home. 

I  miss it! The original plan was that my then husband and I were suppose to move back to LA after I graduated from college.
We were pretty much all set to go but he landed an awesome job offer here and the rest is history. 

My first instinct when I decided to get divorced was to jump on plane and go home!  But I realized removing my daughter from everything and everyone
all at once would have been devastating for her.  So here I am.  Still here. 

We haven't been for a visit for a couple of years.  But everytime we go, I take my daughter down memory lane. All the places I loved to go when I was growing up.

Concerts at the Hollywood Bowl, browsing through Farmer's Market, driving along Sunset Blvd. at night, playing at Santa Monica beach, shopping at the Beverly Center and Century City, etc. etc.  

My daughter  tells me she wants to go to Fashion Design School in LA when she goes to college.  I would be all over that because while she's packing to go to school.  I will be packing to move along the same coast with her!! WOOO HOOOO!!!!!

She hates this but this is the song I listen to when we're on the plane headed home.


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1 Response Aug 10, 2010

I have lived on the east coast all my life but just love visiting California ... Have been there many, many times ... So much to do as I love being outdoors and so many differant lifestyles ...