I moved to the ‘burbs’ and while my life is far from uninteresting (it’s actually been busy), it’s been personal goals and routine stuff that probably is uninteresting to you—unless you enjoy pictures of gargantuan, beautifully paved streets, sprawling parking lots and strip malls of sleepy (yet still traffic-filled) suburbia. I just haven’t been inspired to take out my camera or write indepth posts about how I now have to drive 10-12 minutes to the grocery store.
The world remains an interesting place, however, what with impending apocolypse-inducing Ebola and the diabolical militant Islamic group ISIS blitzkrieging through Iraq. I haven’t been bored.
The most interesting events in my personal life are that my SSN application was finally accepted and my card is on its way within the next two weeks; and the fact we’ll be going to Korea/Japan for a month at the end of November—I know, we’re stuck in the rut of convenience and personal connections.
That final fact is mostly the reason why I logged back in. I finally feel like I’ll be doing something that is slightly interesting enough to document. If you’re up for it, I invite you along for the journey.
I just have to finish a final assignment, partake in the Halloween festivities (Or go to bed early), endure American Thanksgiving and survive the ensuing day of consumerism (Black Friday) then we’ll be off!
Enroute to the San Diego zoo and saw a mileage sign—30 miles to the Intl Border of Mexico-US. We’ve almost driven all the length of the USA since we drove down from Vancouver, Canada when we moved.
Changes are on the horizon for the fall, but first, we’re kicking it off with a road trip to San Diego, leaving tomorrow.
Can’t wait for some sunshine, sandy beaches and making animal friends at the San Diego Zoo!