Thursday, June 18, 2009

I think I made the right decision...

Howdy folks,

It's your favorite blogger(yea, right...XD), with another miscellaneous post. (Check out my wordpress blog for my serious side.)

Well, after being here for a couple of weeks, I think I made the right decision in getting out of the OKZ. Definitely.

When I was planning all this out, I had some people asking me: 'Why move out? You got it so GOOOOOOD there. You got a apartment, a good job, etc.' Well, to begin with, I didn't EVEN want to go there to begin with. (Note to self: Run away from any female who wants to move out halfway across the country because she wants to get out of the city.).

But I digress, I'm seeing that's there is more to do here and easier way to get around. In OKZ, the issue was 'there's nothing to do.', now it's 'what do I want to do first?'

I'm just chilling right now at the local coffee house. (Free WiFi FTW!) (But I can't lookie at the pr0n sites. Dammit! :( )

Well, that's all I got for now, I got other things to check out.

Thanks for reading!



Anonymous said...

hey, if u didn't follow the path u did(to okc etc.) then u wouldn't be where u r now. And u seem to really LIKE where u're at now. So it was one of life's journeys that took u to the place of your choice. Just in a roundabout, a bit delayed kinda way. I mean do u still wish u were in Philly and never left there at all? Never got to see some of good ol' america? It's okay to try things in life u know. To forge a new path; see new sites etc. We r not hamsters on a wheel that never goes anywhere. Although most people live their whole lives this monotenous way.Plus u got yourself a special girl in your 'beforehand sex dead' lonely little life. Remember the good, fun times and experiences.and how much u have accomplished; u would give back all that, to never have done any of it? Why focus just on the sour grapes, and forget the sweet ones?

ViperInfidel/SourBlaze said...

Perhaps you could fill us in, avid.

There's no professional sports teams anywhere near the city you're in.

It's the desert. Probably a lot of brown, like Albuquerque.

It's remote. Can't imagine there's much in the way of state parks and whatnot. Well, there is Lake Tahoe. And the casinos.

It's high altitude (4500 feet, almost as high as Albuquerque). That messes with you some: not only must you cook your food differently, the air pressure drops way down when storms hit, giving me headaches. Not to mention excercise is a pain in the ass.

I don't know man, whatever floats your boat. I'd just prefer bigger and greener pastures.

Anonymous said...

come try living in the very GREEN, big ghetto of phila. or new york, or detroit, or newark n.j. then i garantee u, u'll be missing the laid back pace, lovely nature, special culture and delicious food of n.m. or even the west in general(including reno.) Basically u residents of the west don't know hoe GOOD u have it. Try living in a place where u get dreary rain 15 days in a row; have absolutely nothing in the way of natural beauty to look at. Just grey cold buildings and concrete. Where anyone caucasian is definitely in the minority. If u don't fit into the whole 'urban' thing, they look on you as 'lesser than', as a square dork. Yea, try coming this way and u'll be missing Nob Hill, Old Towne, the Sandia Tramway, the Petroglyphs real fast. I know, i used to live in Abq myself; n long 4 it everyday. move away, u'll see.

avideogameplayer said...

Where am at is sorta like the downtown area. I have sidewalks and public transportation. And there's mountains near my job. So it's not exactly a desert town if that's what you're thinking...

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