I'm finally fully in SLC. I was in Los Angeles last weekend, getting rid of the last of my things and closing the doors on the apartment for the last time. It was a bit of a hassle, as Craigslist people can be flaky, but it was a decent last trip. And will be the last trip for quite awhile. I feel like I needed to close that chapter of my life, and LA doesn't feel like I place I fit or feel drawn to.
I have internet fully set up in my place now, so I'm hoping to get back to the regular blogging.
It's been a good week, with a Czech Film Festival on Tuesday and Thursday nights, signing up for a ladies boot camp at a gym (still too cold to work out outside), breakfast with a friend from NC who brought her baby out to see her grandma (who lives one block away from me), and General Conference weekend with the baby niece, with a concert thrown in at Velour with a friend I hadn't seen in seven years. And tonight on my neighborhood walk, I found some guy's wallet, so I drove it to the address on his license and had a lovely conversation with the woman who answered the door. People are good and nice.
The only downside - Mother Nature keeps playing tricks on me. Spring isn't showing up yet, cause it snowed twice on Tuesday. Nuts! Though I do keep enjoying sunsets (and taking photos of them).
And I seriously don't think I'm going to make any new friends here in Salt Lake, cause I have too many awesome and great friends from other parts of my life who seem to always be passing through or who are moving here. I'll take it! It's a great thing.
Oh, and I'm planning a trip to Peru and Ecuador this summer. Anyone know anything about that?