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Sunday, August 04, 2013
 
Different.


So... I am officially a Brooklynite.  Well.  Maybe not.  But 13 days ago, we moved to Brooklyn.  Specifically, Brooklyn Heights.  So far, it's been wonderful.

There's still stuff we have to get done:  like hang art, get a couple of pieces of furniture, get rid of a couple of pieces of furniture, figure out where to store things.  It can be overwhelming, but I am not letting it be.  It's just nice to be home.  And that's what we bought.  A home.

In the midst of it all, we are both still working.  I took a few days off but jumped right back into work after one day of post-move rest. 

I suppose I am very lucky to have work even during what is considered the second slowest month when it comes to catering work.  I actually met my income goal for the month.  But the SLOWEST month of catering is August.  So, let's see if I can meet my goal.  I do have gigs lined up already, so it's looking positive.

It's been a positive past month.  The move went smoothly.  The transition is working.  Work is happening.  And someone called to ask why I am so skinny in pictures.  Not that I am skinny but apparently, I photograph skinny.  Good times.

Maybe moving to Brooklyn was the key.  Maybe moving in general was the key.  Maybe what I needed to do was change some life parameters to get some things moving.  So far, it's been wonderful.  Later.

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Awesome!
 
Congrats on the move. I'm thinking of resurrecting my blog. Will keep you updated
 
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