I haven’t opened up my laptop for over a week and the time I opened it before that was at least 4 days. Finally I have internet where I live so I will be back online a bit more (meaning more interesting blog posts). In case you don’t follow me on Twitter, you should. Its my micro-blog and yes I do use it all the time. I apologize for the dullness in recent posts but now that I’m fully employed, I must watch what I say. I don’t want to give away any secrets or talk too much about work as I’m sure many of you can understand.
Since that is a big part of my life at the moment, recently I’ve been tweeting about how beautiful it is out here and how I’m not adjusted to the altitude. I am not sick or anything from the altitude but any physical exertion makes me huff and puff. Jeez we went bowling the other night and I could feel it. I do not like that. Maybe time is what will help me adjust but I think that maybe if I push it, that will also help me regain endurance and stamina here. If you know more about it, or have some tips, let me know!
I moved into a house where I have some roommates which is much better than living in the employee housing. More privacy, more space, better roommates, and an updated kitchen are just some of the reasons I moved. Living in Summit County, CO is ridiculously cheaper than living in Boston. My largest expense outside of rent is gas. I’m not thrilled about it but its pretty freeing to be able to drive any place I want (and also be able to park for free).
And I have to say that starting my Project 365 over the summer was one of the coolest things I’ve done. It was such a random find on the internets somewhere but its rad. Its cool to see where I’ve been and what I’ve done in a snapshot a day. You can check it out here. Originally I planned to post a new photo a day but that hasn’t happened.
I’m getting really excited to go to Cincinnati in a week. I’m going there for the CISV National Board Meeting. Its a peace education organization I’ve been involved with for about a decade. Anything I do with CISV basically feels like going home to my family. It just feels right. And my sister will actually be there so that’s great. I haven’t seen her since her brief stay with me in August.