So is better to know or not to know??
Yesterday I was chatting with my roommate. She was telling me about this new guy she's hooking up with. She was talking about how she told this guy that she wasn't going to sleep with him until 21 days had passed(since she broke up with her ex). I started laughing. The guy asked her why 21 days. She replied, "That's how long my roommate(me) told me that it was proper to wait after you broke up with someone." This made me die of laughter. I finally started remembering the conversation we had when I told her this. I told her 21 days because I was told that is how long it takes to break an addiction..ha ha. Never in a million years did I think she would take me seriously. The best part is I starting thinking about this and we figured out that I had waited 21 days to have sex with someone after I broke up with my ex! That wasn't even planned!!! It just happened that way!! So my advice for the week is Wait 21 Days before getting laid!!!
I arrived at the San Jose airport around 2pm on Thanksgiving day. As I rode over the mountain to Santa Cruz I fell instanteously in love with the state. It was a beautiful day. The first thing I did was go to the beach and run through the sand. I stared at the Pacific Ocean and smiled.
A few hours later I was off to the HB Farm to spend evening and have a wonderful meal. As I rode up the driveway I was cracking up and became obsessed with the sign that said "Driving slow is sexy". Dinner was wonderful, Dean and Erin treated me as if I have always been there and I felt right at home. I got to meet some many people I have talked to on the internet which was a real treat.
The next day I had a wonderful time chillin in Santa Cruz. Headed back to the HB so I could the beautiful land in the daylight. Headed off to the pier to have a exquisite dinner as I watched the sunset in the west for the first time in my life. Followed by an evening hanging with the boys from sixth & D.
Saturday morning came where I had a awesome breakfast at Chill-Out Cafe followed by some typical tourist shopping. Around 2 or so we headed up to SF and wandered around Haight-Ashury for awhile. Then I hopped on a train and headed up to Stacktown.
Sunday, my tour guide showed me around Sacramento. I saw everything from the Capital building to the Railroad Museum to Old Sacramento. I even saw the mall!! I then headed off to the Mama Stace and Papa Phil's home to have an awesome meal and listen to some wonderful live music. I left the next morning to head back to the airport.
I am a person that travels quite a bit and normally I am happy to be heading home. That was not the case this time. I was very saddened to know I had to leave this wonderful place that I had fallen in love with. I guess the stars were shining brightly on me that day because my flight got bumped so I got an extra day to chill in CA. Not only that, but I got free airfare to take a journey back out.
I wrote a few months back to I wanted to move out west, but was scared. I am no longer scared, I am stoked and determined to make these dreams of mine come true.
Thank you to all who made this one of the most special trips of my life. You all know who you are. And for all the peeps I missed on my journey out to the west coast...I hope I see you in January when I get back out there!
Peace, Love and Light
Your Westward Bound Hobo,
I get excited when I think of leaving, but then scared that it won't happen. I left him for a reason, but now I am finding that I need to leave my home for the same reason. I need to find who I am destined to be and the thing I know is I am not destined to live in jersey the rest of my life.
I probably a few more things, but that's all my brain can remember at this point!
Thanks to all that guided through this incredible journey =)