That doesn't mean I will not try to reach them. I have some major expenses that WILL disappear in a few months and that will help. Any money of any kind helps achieve dreams. If nothing else, it alleviates all that stress associated with living so you can PLAN new adventures.
When I moved here to Pensacola, I planned on traveling to nearby places, i.e. New Orleans, Biloxi, even Mobile to explore the cities and their museums, art galleries, and shopping. (In case you did not know, there is supposed to be great shopping in Biloxi. And New Orleans opens all kinds of opportunity for fun and shopping.)
Well, life has gotten in the way and my travelling adventures have not really materialized. Once that big dark cloud disappears on my horizon I will definitely be going somewhere - anywhere that is fun.
One major trip will be to go get my belongings that currently reside in a storage unit on the eastern coast of North Carolina. I might have mentioned this before, so if I did, please excuse the repeat. BUT this is always on my mind - how to travel the 1000 miles to retrieve "my stuff." I have planned every alternative, including getting rid of most of it. The plan is not concrete as yet - still on the drawing board.
I am starved for the arts. I must confess I have not even explored Pensacola's arts, yet. I am going to try to start this next month, maybe in honor of that horrible approaching birthday. I still feel you are never too old to enjoy things, and I really must get a goin' to achieve all there is to life before there is no more life. I am going to make my plans right now.
Oh, and have a Happy Thanksgiving. I am cooking a big meal once again and have a neighbor or two without places to go coming to my house. I cannot seat them, but there is always our community room with big screen TV's for those ballgames right down the hall.