it's always a little (sometimes a lot) sad to return home after spending time away. it's especially rotten when the forecast includes a chance of snow. SNOW. for the record, i did not sign up for snow before Christmas. so, pay attention, mother nature. anywho, i'm a pretty serious homebody and miss my cats terribly when i'm not home with them. i'm the kind of person that actually looks forward to returning home to a routine and to normal activities, instead of dreading it. i just got home last night from a long weekend in North Carolina with my sister. gosh, i love that state.
as you probably know, i moved from there about 2 months ago. this was my first time being back since then and i was curious to see how it would feel. i wasn't sure if i would feel like a resident again, or a tourist. unexpectedly, it was somewhere in between. it's hard for me to believe that i liked there just two short months ago, but it also felt like second nature to be driving around and going to places i used to frequent during my time there. all i know is that i like that my sister still lives there because that's a pretty perfect excuse to go bak and visit. oh, and when that baby arrives, Kate is going to have to drag me, kicking and screaming, to the airport when i have to leave after visits. actually, i'll probably have to pry her off of of me when she drops me off. it's going to get ugly, i know that much. thank God for modern technology and cheap flights, am i right?!