I'm a little behind on my month post! You know, I made this process seem much easier in my head. I am loving my job but this city is something I am struggling to give a chance to. It's interesting having both challenges in my life. 1) Living in a city I know like that back of my hand but dreading going to work, hating what I did everyday, and really feeling like I wouldn't go anywhere because of and unfair upper-management. 2)Moving to a new city alone loving heading to work everyday and sometimes not really wanting to go back to my apt, trying to adjust to the weather (cold and rain), not have any of my stuff or my pup, and trying to figure out why I knew PDX wasn't diverse... but still being surprised by how the huge lack of diversity. Did you know Houston just surpassed New York as the most culturally diverse city in the world? Imagine going from that to Portlandia! Its a culture shock for sure. The people here are pretty nice, chill, and have been pretty cool since I got here.
I think it will be good. I just need to stay positive.
You know, I'm sleeping on an air mattress until my items get here in like... February. Talk about first world problems.
Still one of my favorite Casey Videos, RIP Casey's channel tho.Once Kyle gets up here (well, if he ever makes it, but we will keep operating under the assumption that he will) I think things will be better. I will actually have someone to explore the city with, someone to take my photos LOL, and I can be happy with our furniture and pup! We can make this place seem like more of a home, than a shell of an apt. It definitely does not feel like a home but, its hard to when you don't have things. One funny thing I made sure to pack was my 50inch TV. I wish I had more time to take a step back and document my moving process. Deciding what items to put in my car before they shipped it was HILARIOUS.
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