I’ve been thinking about what it would mean to leave town.
By which I mean, selling all my possessions, scrounging up my savings, throwing some clothes in an overnight bag and just hoofing it. I like Atlanta, but there’s not really anything keeping me here. I have no attachments or major responsibilities.
I could just leave. I could go wherever I want. I could be anyone I want to be. I could make a fresh start.
I have to admit, it’s an idea that has some appeal.  It’s ludicrous, of course, but maybe not as ludicrous as I think it is.

I’ve been thinking about what it would mean to leave town.

By which I mean, selling all my possessions, scrounging up my savings, throwing some clothes in an overnight bag and just hoofing it. I like Atlanta, but there’s not really anything keeping me here. I have no attachments or major responsibilities.

I could just leave. I could go wherever I want. I could be anyone I want to be. I could make a fresh start.

I have to admit, it’s an idea that has some appeal.  It’s ludicrous, of course, but maybe not as ludicrous as I think it is.

  1. cakeydoughdlays said: I’d be more worried about how long the process of you settling down in a new area would take, if you are considering this.
  2. milkywitch said: i’d consider settling on a destination before hoofin’ it outta there, if only because of money reasons.
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