Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Tomorrow we leave San Diego for last time as residents. Hubby will drop me off at the train station with three suitcases, two carry-ons, and large painting covered in bubble wrap. He will then drop our car off to be shipped to Oklahoma, take a taxi to the trolley, and then take the trolley to the train station. We will then take a train to LAX where we will catch a bus to the airport and then a red-eye to Atlanta, where our parents will pick us up tomorrow morning. Whew! I’m already exhausted and the day hasn’t even started.

San Diego, you’ll be missed. You’ve been an incredible place to work, play, and be global from home.

Atlanta, I can’t wait to be home, see family, and sleep!

Oklahoma City, be ready. We’re coming next Friday!

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4 thoughts on “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

  1. funnyphuppo

    How many years were you in San Diego? Good luck with the move.
    It is so interesting how more and more of us in our twenties, thirties and forties are still on the journey to settling down in one place.

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    1. eliseblalock Post author

      Thanks so much! We’ve been in San Diego for 13 months. Before that I was in Augusta, GA for just 18 months. I am tired of moving! Hopefully OKC will be more long term (to the dismay of my mom). 🙂

      Reply

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