Thursday, May 28, 2009

The point of no return

Whenever I used to talk about moving to New York, people would always say, "Well, the worst thing that could happen is you move up there for six months and it doesn't work." It was weird, that was every single person's first comment. I remember thinking that if I could just make it to six months I would be home free. Well, I'm nearing my seven month anniversary here and there's no sign of it not working.

It's so strange to think that I've already been here for seven months. It's gone by so fast. A lot has happened. I was laid off, found a new job, fell in love, made some great new friends and had scores of great experiences. New York is everthing I thought it would be and more. I used to worry that I would move up here and be disappointed, but that's definitely not the case. This is where I'm supposed to be and I'm so glad I took the risk of coming here. I can't imagine looking back on my life and regretting never taking the plunge, selling off my life, leaving my friends and family and everything I knew to follow a dream.

I followed that dream, and it's become my reality.

2 comments:

Sherry said...

I'm so proud of you! I need to be more decisive/bold like that. I dwell too much on what could go wrong, but you overcome whatever hardships you're facing with ease. As cheesy as it sounds, it's inspirational :-)

Fierce fashionista said...

Aw thanks, Sherry! That means a lot. :)