Tomorrow I leave for the Big Apple. New York. I was so disappointed to be moving home when I left Miami. I had been having the worst summer of my life: no money, my girlfriend broke up with me, no real job, and I had to move back in with my parents shortly after turning 25. Now it really is bittersweet to leave. Not because I like the town, or the free rent, but because I’ve met some really magnificent people and had a lot of fun with every single one of them.
My last week in town I did my best to hang out with everyone at least once. I laughed so hard, drank so much, and now have a ton of great stories and memories. It was truly like being back in school (only no classes and no homework) during my brief few months here.
I’m not always the best at corresponding but I do try hard to keep up with people so chances are if you meet me at least a quarter of the way, that’ll suffice.
I like having really great friends and every single one of you are an example of someone that I would’ve loved to have befriended in college – you would all fit in with my current circle really well. To my old friends – I can’t wait for you to meet these people.
Being a huge Karma believer I will also help anyone of you out in anyway that I possibly can. A place to stay in the city, a person you can drunk dial anytime, any sort of contacts for jobs, or just advice about life in general. You’ve all shown me so much and I can’t wait to show you some repayment. I will always help.
I expect those of you who said you were going to visit me to visit, if you have my number call it, and please email and IM me until your fingers bleed…and then you’ll have to sneeze and your nose will be covered in blood from your fingers but people will think you broke your nose and you’ll try to explain but they won’t get it because they won’t have read this ridiculous blog…but I digress. You all also need to email me your info – check the link in my IM profile if you need my address.
Keep checking the blog and if you need any of my info, ask me for it. I’ll be sending out my new address when I have it, and I should have a new email anyday (the computer guy from the company called me this afternoon).
I wish you all the best of luck and encourage you to pursue what you want with every ounce of effort you can muster. You all deserve everything you desire and there is no reason you can’t achieve it.
Thanks for showing an old guy such a great time.