Wednesday, October 07, 2009


Last week was the anniversary of me moving to Massachusetts, aka Poetryland!

After moving so many different places, I feel like I found my home. I wasn't sure if I would like it at first (snow), but the literary events, museums, and great public transportation have made snow and cold seem trivial.

Massachusetts also has the most gorgeous Fall I've seen.


At 6:57 PM, Blogger ferricide said...

that's great to hear. in a weird way i feel like california is not my home. it will have been 10 years since i moved here, in april, but i just don't feel that "home" ness. i will have been living in SF specifically for 6 years at that point, too, and while i do love the city sometimes, it's a mixed relatonship when taken in total.

so i dunno.

At 7:03 PM, Blogger Christy said...

wow. I'm not sure I could ever feel like snow and cold were trivial matters...CONGRATULATIONS!!!

At 3:21 PM, Blogger beth coyote said...

I miss the Northeast, land of my birth. But Seattle has enough; snow in the mountains, lotts'o rain and falling red leaves.

At 9:41 PM, Blogger Maggie May said...

i definitely need to be in Mass. for Fall one year.

At 8:27 PM, Blogger Valerie Loveland said...

Kit - Do you feel like NJ is your home?

Christy - I have been training myself on winter weather desensitization.

Beth - Where are you from originally?

Maggie - It is worth the trip to see the great Fall(Plus then you could see the Poetry Bookstore in Cambridge)!


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