Life On The Road So Far...
For the first time in life I finally feel like I have full control of my destiny. Being on the road and adjusting to working/writing only from my iPAD is a little bit harder than I expected. My purpose for only bringing my iPAD instead of my laptop was to lessen the weight on my baggage as much as possible. I did make a minor mistake in assuming I could purchase an SD card reader for my iPAD here in Denver so I can upload photos from my DSLR camera. For the time being I am using photos from my iPhone to suffice for now.
Outside of the latter situations, everything else is going pretty well. I am getting re-familiar with the area with the city for more than what some may expect. After much self-reflection and contemplating, I have officially decided to move back to Denver this year!
Denver was always one of the two options and the other was Michigan. However, after taking some time to pay close attention to the water crisis and overall situation of Flint, I have zero confidence in their local government at this point. So now that I will be moving back home this is on major task checked off of my to-do list.
In other personal news, I'm also happy to say that I am no longer on the market! Me and my high school sweetheart Danielle are going to give this temporary long distance relationship a strong shot. I have always thought about the perfect scenario per se to where some day if it was meant to be, then it would happen. My whole concern was the fact that I was definitely traveling a lot and it wouldn't be fair to her if I couldn't put my all into the relationship like she deserves. Now that I work for myself (and thankfuly by fate she was als single) I decided that this is the perfect situation I was waiting for. Thank you fate for making this happen!
1.5 months into 2016 and I must say that I am elated to have no complaints at all. I know every night won't be rainbows and unicorns, so I mind as well take advantage of the good while I can. I hope that 2016 is treating you all as great (if not better) as it is treating me. I look forward to the rest of the year with positive optimism and glee.