Thursday, 4 February 2010

Adjustments

A nearby park: yes, we had real snow in Virginia.
Boker Tov:

I arrived home from Montana Sunday evening after a long day of traveling. It has taken a few days to get caught up on my rest (nothing like sleeping in your own bed) and unpack. But I am still not adjusted to life back here in Norfolk.
Not don't get me wrong, I love my home, my neighorhood.
But I am use to looking out of the window and seeing mountains, not a redbrick buiding. I am use to seeing few cars on the road and not hearing traffic sounds. A night sky so crisp and clear you can touch the moon.  I miss the wolves, the dogs and chasing Maytag the cat out of my slippers.
It is an adjustment to being alone once again.
But I'll get there.
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