it’s always like this

March 16, 2010

formspring pt2

Filed under: perfect strangers — notsojenny @ 11:44 am

my girl danceintherain asked

If you hadn’t met M, would you ever consider moving back closer to your family?

absolutely.  i was even considering it while M and i were dating.  at one point i wasn’t convinced he ever wanted to get married and i had decided to move back to New England and whatever happens happens.  i was applying for jobs anywhere north of PA.  i was really excited about the possibility of being only a couple of hours from my family.  but no jobs bit, and M proposed, and, well, we moved 2hrs further away.  i’d still love for us to find a way to move somewhere between VA and CT so that we’d be close ot both of our families but so far, nadda.  i could never move back to CT, the people there drive me nuts, but i’d love to be closer.  and finding a way to move to Boston is my dream.  it’s a dream because it’s a little too far north for M… he would be miserable in the winter.  just miserable.  he doesn’t do well with snow, as is expected from a native Virginian.  it would also be great if my family would miraculously decide to move down this way.  i just want to be around everyone and be able to hang out whenever we want or at least more often than we do now. 
so the answer is Yes : )

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2 Comments »

  1. I’m not sure I could move back to CT either. My mom keeps talking about moving to the coast down here, but that wont happen any time soon. Sometimes I dont mind being far away, and other times it kills me.

    Comment by DanceintheRain — March 17, 2010 @ 9:47 am

  2. I just heard this and it made me think of your ‘today I learned’ thngs… did you know that Alan Thicke (Jason Seaver from Growing Pains) sang the theme song for Diffrent Strokes?

    Comment by DanceintheRain — March 17, 2010 @ 10:09 am


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