In regards to the emotional responsibility I encountered in August, I have been doing really good at resolving that in September not that there was a major problem with it in September but any time someone tried to push me around with their emotions I shrugged it off and let it stay there. No carrying it around and feeling guilty. Yes. However, I do have an issue with my anxiety. The what-ifs just take over my mind. The loss of control and still learning to let things go have been an on-going lesson this month.
Three big things have happened: I’m seeing someone. I accepted a job offer in Seattle. I celebrated my first year of this blog.
I can say that I am incredibly confident that I have settled into my designer self. Not that I’ve created anything fantastic but I’ve been feeling for a while that I want to create all of my ideas. It’s annoying. The sad realization is time. Womp womp.
I have accepted a position in Seattle, so I will be moving in mid-December.
I am in a relationship. Kinda. Treu and I haven’t put a name to it, but we’re mutually exclusive, we Skype every night, we text throughout the day, we’ve met each other’s friends, we’re in each other’s lives. Weirdly awesome. I never thought I would find myself here so soon. Part of someone’s life.
Treu visited me here in DFW at the end of the month. We had a great time in Dallas, Arlington, Fort Worth, West, and Austin. Yeah, the tour was thorough. He had been to Texas before but didn’t get the proper introduction. We ate so much good food. He left saying, “How do you stay fit here?” Ha! The heat.
We hadn’t really put a label to what we are yet. After me going to San Francisco and seeing how he lives, him coming here and seeing how I live, I figure the next step is to see how we both fit our different lifestyles together somehow. Or maybe that’s just jumping the gun. Either way, we’re enjoying the heck out of each other. He’s a great guy. I’m really excited and happy to know him.
I decided to see Treu and celebrate my 26th birthday in San Francisco. I also had to travel for Seattle for business a couple of days after. Mmm, back to back flights. It was great to pretend living in San Francisco with Treu. I don’t think I could actually live there. SF is a little wild for me, but it’s an incredibly sweet town. I explored outside Seattle, mostly north, and hung out with a friend there.
I took a business trip to Edmonds (north of Seattle), and it felt strange to me. Granted, I didn’t spend too much time in Seattle, but it felt like something was missing. However, I have a feeling Washington will never cease to amaze me.
What to expect for October 2012: I really don’t know what to expect in October. Hopefully not too many frightful things.