I am sitting here on the 23rd floor looking toward downtown Manhattan. There is a huge thundercloud headed toward the city, looks like it could become a tornado. And it makes me sad. I know I am leaving this city for a better opportunity. Tomorrow is my last day of work here in NYC. And as I think about the move I am making about 300 miles south, I think about have to think about the good – more time to do the things I love, both in and out of work. As well as the opportunity to meet new people and experience new things, and new knitting shops to explore. But it also makes me sad to think about not having this amazing view, missing my friends and this wonderful city of which I have not yet grown tired. I know that this is what I am supposed to be doing – but it is hard none-the-less.
So hopefully as my next journey takes me to a new place – I will have the opportunity to knit more, and keep up with this crazy endevour more often. I do enjoy this break from the mundane to express myself. But I need to make it a more regular event. As the storms comes – off goes the DirecTV. Wonder who will win the Wimbleton match I am watching. The weird thing is there is no rain – just a crazy dark cloud and lots of lightening.
So, I hope to be here much more in the future (I know I have said that before). But this time, I think it might actually be true.