dream home

I’ve thought about this for quite some time. At some point, it’s even sounded like a testament to running away, but the state of Washington is my ultimate dream goal for when I finally live my life. I’m not sure how long I’ll be staying there. Ever since I got to thinking about getting as far as possible from my family, Washington has been at the top of the list. I’ve just about had enough of suburban/city life. I’m so ready to quit the large crowds and retreat to fresher air and nature.

Also, the thought of going to a colder place is very nice considering the heat where I live now. It would be nice to experience more rain and possibly some snow (which I’ve never seen before). I’d like to visit the Olympic Peninsula as often as I can also. Wouldn’t it be interesting to be making my own paint as well?

I have also thought about retreating to a convent, possibly live there for a part of my life. I could paint cathedrals and churches like Monet. This idea has come to mind more times than I could count, especially after I had strange dreams. This idea was pretty good for a while.

New York was also a dream place, but as mentioned about Washington, there’s very little nature and too much city life.

The fast paced life just isn’t for me.

In the further future, I’m thinking of moving to a European country. I also want to study abroad later in my life. I mean, sure traveling sounds real nice, but I’m thinking more of long term living.

I still have a lot of thinking to do with this one, but I think ultimately, what will dictate my move is for I return to school for Psychology- yes. More on that on a different post.

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3 thoughts on “dream home

  1. Consider Burlington, Vermont. It is a bike friendly city, and something of an artists colony. I live in upstate NY and there is a lot of country life, I don’t see it as a fit for you. Asheville, NC worth a gander too …

    • I’ve never considered Vermont. After looking at it, I’m now considering it. I’m going to be honest and say that the Victorian and American Craftsman houses are tempting me. Living or seeing them, that’s a plus for me. North Carolina looks real beautiful though.

      I still need to do a lot of research about this dream. 🙂

      • That’s the whole idea. I’m a native NYr, but I love Vermont. The winters get long though. You should look at Colorado Springs to. Lots of art culture but close to nature too … Have fun with it !

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