The more things change
- I have moved cross country again.
- I am now in a position where when a hurricane hits I still leave the office (but now have to go to a command center),
- I have bought a new place (and am already thinking about how much money I will make when I sell it),
- I am still on the do not call list with the former most amazing bf (who I still attempt to email in vain)
- I am still in collaboration with the great contributors of the blog that never got to be what it could be: Kordor
- I am back to a diet of shots and fried food
- I am still trying to recover from the South Beach Diet (while consuming shots and fried food)
I am sitting here in a hotel room in transition for what is easily the 20th time in 15 years. I am not tired, I am not bored, but at the same time the thrill of the move and the opportunity seems to be a lot more bold on paper and during the interview than in real life. To top it all off I manage a verbose, intelligent, easily distracted 25 year old whose personality is a spitting image of mine at the same age.
With this new move I have the potential to improve the lives of so many and to transform communities in a way that will impact them in the future almost as long they have existed, but I myself have not reached the moment where I truly realized the breadth and impact of my professional charge. As the character Brick said in one of my most favorite movies of all time "I'm waiting for that click in my head." Click? Clique? Tick? Hmmmmmmm
I hope to keep up the blog a bit more in the future. It is good to read how the more things change, the more they change to a better sameness.