It's been a long busy week since the last time I entered a blog entry and I have to be honest after my last blog where I only received one comment (thank you Nookworm) I was discouraged and thought about shutting the whole thing down. Then I thought, as of now anyway, there are a couple of people, two maybe three, that I have known and even spoken to, for eight years or so. I do think of these people as friends. I don't mean friends in the internet sense I mean friends in the very essence of the word. They have always been there, which is more than you can say at times about people who live next door. Toodie, I've known you since the days of Spaces, you along with our mutual, dear departed friend, Beth and Rhapsody. These are only hold overs from Spaces in my blogosphere.
From Blogger there is only one I really know and has been a regular visitor, Gere (nookworm) and I thank her. I am not by any means upset at the people who I really liked and I was close to, in an internet sense at least, from Spaces and beyond, are no longer around these here parts. Life moves on and things in life change quickly. What was necessary fun at one point, is miles behind in the present. I am in the middle of a move. It is a royal pain. Particularly when I will be moving back in, six to eight weeks I hope, to a newer, better place upstairs from where I presently am. There's nothing wrong with my present place except that the décor is at best from the 1970's. It's quite comfortable and affordable. I have good landlords, they want me back and it helps that Arlene lives next door and has known them for almost forty years. I have been a lucky guy!
I don't know yet when I will be back on Blogger on a more regular basis as I have been busy trucking things to a storage space, Arlene's and my sisters. The big move will be Saturday the 30th. At the moment I am waiting to go out to breakfast with Arlene and her cousins from California. They have been doing all the touristy things that you do when you visit Boston. Even right here locally there are things that date back to 1600's including a cemetery. Then there's Paul Revere's route that runs straight through town and on to Lexington and Concord. A home that was George Washington headquarters at the beginning of the revolutionary war. It's a whole different world here than in California.
OK I see Arlene is outside. Time for breakfast.
I'm outta here.