All that said: I am loving it. Sure, I’ve had those “what the heck are we doing” moments (i.e.: when a Hebrew man screamed at me on the subway one morning at 7 AM because my bag nudged him), but overall, I know that we are supposed to be living in NYC and because of that, all of this change has been so good. I am also so happy that Charles is finally here with me, too, because those weeks without him were pretty lonely. It’s ironic that I could be in such a huge, busy, fun city and still feel “empty” without him here. We are settling into our new “home” and really like the neighborhood we are living in.
Also? Cannot even begin to explain how grateful I am that the weekend is finally upon me! Seriously, weekends will take on a completely new meaning here. Waking up at 5:30 every day will probably never be something I grow to enjoy. And, being around busyness & tons of people all the time is fairly draining for an introvert =] this weekend, we are going to be “tourists” as we explore the city & visit museums.
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