I haven't really written in a while, so I thought I might just sit down and talk about what has been going on lately. I am in North Los Angeles and have been for about a week and half. I do love California, it is beautiful with the mountains and such. But I am missing my family. Travel is very funny sometimes. I work ALOT of hours. I am constantly away from home, then I go home and love being there, then I am ready to go back to work. Not that I don't love my family, because they keep me going, but am I that addicted to work that I would rather be traveling then at home? I guess what I am trying to say is that I love being home, but I also love being on the road. Most everyone who will read this blog are married, or about to be married, or in some kind of relationship, so I am asking you guys, since I don't have that "someone at home" do you think it is easier I guess to not be "at home"?
As you become an adult and move from the adolescent years, you rely more on yourself and your significant other. You miss your spouse more than one would miss their mother or father. So as I become an adult I realize that not having the significant other to miss, I enjoy being away from home. Kinda weird huh? I do miss seeing my parents and brothers and sister's...but not as much as I thought I would. There are points during my time away from home where I think, OMG John would love to be here, or Melissa and I would have a blast here and so on, but for the most part I have surprised myself in that regard. Cleveland was difficult, just because it was the longest I had been away, and the first stint away. But as time goes on, I love being on the road.
Even though flights never go as they are supposed to, since I have been in West, EVERY flight I have taken has been delayed or cancelled. We will see how this Friday goes. Hopefully I get home at a decent hour. But next week, I have no clue where I am going to be. I could be in California, or Arizona, or Nevada, or even Oklahoma...we shall see. If I don't blog before Christmas, HAVE A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!!
Talk to you soon!