December 7, 2008

Eastward Bound

Personal

I’ve mentioned that I’ll be moving back to Pennsylvania.  Well, the movers have taken all of my belongings and now the time has come for me to get on a plane early tomorrow morning so I can get to the east coast.

I’ll be spending some time in Ocean City, Maryland where my mom lives while I hunt for a place around the Philadelphia area.
I’m nervous and excited to make this move.  I love the San Francisco Bay Area.  I absolutely love it here.  I love the people, the weather, the scenery, and so much more.  San Francisco has made me feel at home and I’ll miss it incredibly as I fly over the bay tomorrow.
The Philadelphia (Main Line) area is where I am from.  Though I was born in Virginia and moved around a lot, the Main Line is where I feel I “grew up”.  It will be great to come back to old friends and be a lot closer to my mom.  I’m not crazy about the cold winters but it’s a beautiful area and I’m looking forward to rediscovering it all.  It has been far too long since I last went skiing too.
So I may be off the grid for a little bit while I work on finding a home but I will be returning all contact requests as soon as possible.
See you on the East Side!
Nowhere in this country, from sea to sea, does nature comfort us with such assurance of plenty, such as rich and tranquil beauty as in those unsung, unpainted hills of Pennsylvania.
Rebecca Harding Davis 

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