Yeah yeah, I know I haven’t been up here very much in the past couple of weeks. I have a few very good reasons for this actually. A.) I was tired of posting all the time. B.) Internets were iffy a lot of the time C.) Iowa was pretty boring and D.) I have been really busy since I got Florida.
Good excuses huh?
Anyway, since I have gotten to Florida, as I said, I have been busy. I’ve been booked for dinner or something almost every night since I got here. Of course I went to the Happy Hookers on Thursday night and it was as great as usual. However, they decided it wasn’t enough “Sarah time” and a plan for dinner on Friday night was hatched! We went to Nonna on Edgewater and it was EXCELLENT! I would highly suggest it to anyone wanting a great place to eat in the area. Anyway, afterward a few of the hookers still hadn’t had enough “Sarah time” and kidnapped me (that’s my story at least and I’m sticking to it!) to the Drunken Monkey, a great indie coffee place near Bumby and Colonial. We hung out until nearly midnight!! Yesterday I went with Cesar and Pam to IKEA and the millenia mall. Not a whole lot of time to hang-out and write blogs posts…
So, Florida weather has been intent on reminding me why exactly I’m kinda glad not to be living here anymore. It’s been extremely freaking hot the entire time that I have been here. It’s been so hot that even the people who like it hot are complaining. Hot and muggy have been the words of the day around here. I feel like I need to grow gills in order to take a walk outside!
There are so many things that I miss about Florida, but the weather is soooooo not one of them. I miss my friends here all the time. I miss the ease of, well, everything here. Want to go out to eat? Hop in the car and run to what ever kind of food you have a hankering for. Need some yarn for a project on a Sunday night? Run to Jo-Anns before it closes. In England everything has to be planned and plotted before you can really do anything anywhere. Admittedly, it has made us better at conserving the car and resources but it is a pain-in-the-ass at times. I don’t miss the aggressive traffic that seems to follow you with the nose of their cars up your tailpipe. And I don’t miss the HEAT!!!
Honestly, I now know that this trip has been just about 10 days too long. So, for future reference, if I am ever planning a 60 day trip again would someone remind me of this before I leave? I’m really happy to see everyone but I’m kinda done. I want to be home in my own bed with my own pets.
Yes, I’ll take some cheese with that whine.
However, I get to go to Rhinebeck in less than a week.
I know, I suck.