I find it funny how I’ve become so tired of a city that I once loved so dearly. It makes me think, “will I get tired of New York the same way?” Probably. I honestly don’t see myself staying in one place for more than 3 of 4 years anymore. If I could change my location as often, I feel everything will still remain beautiful and new to me. That’s probably what I need for Savannah. I’ve been here way too long and while it’s been good, there aren’t as much resources left for me to utilize. I know every corner, crack and turn in this city. I feel stuck. Stagnant even. Only changing mentally, but not physically.
It’s time for something new.
I really enjoy coming to new places and getting lost and honestly not really caring. I need more of this in 2014. Moving on.
My eyes are closed as I lean my head on this hard, white wall. My mind is bursting with thoughts, inspiration and things that just seem to linger. There’s no escaping them, at least not yet. There are things that I still need to figure out. It’s one of those nights.
I’m buzzed off of caffeine and I’m riding the momentum of my thoughts. I’ll go where ever they take me. I’m learning to live in the absence of fear. When we first open our eyes to the wonders of this world, we had no clue what to expect.
We didn’t even expect to expect.
Life’s all about gaining knowledge as you go. The more you know, the more you can possibly do. Fear is a trait that is learned. It can also be easily forgotten. I choose that route. Mistakes are also being embraced in 2014. I don’t look forward to them, but I do anticipate the knowledge I’ll gain after them. I’m all for growth this year.
In every way possible.