Wednesday, March 12, 2008

The Big News

Some of you know this, and some of you don't - but I'd like to get everyone on the same boat.

Nick and I are moving.
Here.
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Yep, that's Philadelphia, PA. What are we doing moving back to the East Coast and pretty close to our old college town? Well, as you may have seen from a previous post - the boy had a concert with his band. They are going to work on making a living out of playing music. The other three members live in Philadelphia currently and they have some connections into the scene in Philly. Plus, it's only a 2 hour drive from NYC - one of the two biggest music scenes in the US.

That's my big news of the year! I've told most of my friends at work and outside work, but my good old blogger friends don't know yet! A lot of people have asked me if I'm excited... well... that's a tough question. I keep flip flopping. I'm happy to be moving closer to my parents and to the area of the country (read: northeast) that I so dearly love, but I will miss San Francisco (my first real home without my parents) and the good work friends I made here. Hopefully I'll be back to visit a decent amount, and that some of them will come out to visit me. Plus, I'll miss the weather out here - though I know I would love SoCal's weather 100% more. I'm really all about the warmth. Surprisingly, I'm looking forward to 90-100 degrees in Philly (though 80s is my favorite temperature). I'm also looking forward to planning my wedding in Philadelphia (and by looking forward, I mean getting the stress off my chest!)

Thanks for listening and reading along! I'm sure I'll write more later because I have a pretty free night for once.

3 comments:

dianna said...

I miss you already!

raining sheep said...

I will miss seeing pictures of fabulous San Fran. But, from my point of view, living 2 hours from New York is a bonus in life...all that seriously awesome shopping!

Anna Jarzab said...

OMG! We'll have to get together, Philly and NY are so close (you know, relatively). Good luck to Nick with his music!