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I have been in Bellevue for one full year and thought that today would be the day I moved back into Seattle.
Place is very important. With neighbours who look at me funny when I say I am walking to the park instead of driving. With people who drive their dogs to the park so they can take them for a walk. I have ONE good friend here. Thank Carlin for Jazz Singing Jennifer.
It is important to have a day time friend to whom you can pour out your heart and vice versa, where there are no secrets and no pretense. I consider myself lucky to have found her. I know this crushing loneliness is for the most due to my wanting to be separate, and not integrate into the Bellevue community.
It still feels a little like cheating on Almonte, my heart home. Last night though, I started looking at places in Seattle, online. I found a few that seemed great. Today I looked at three very different homes.
A dream place up in the quiet part of Capitol Hill, tucked away near Volunteer Park, with a locally owned cafe on the same block. I fell in love. I wanted to camp out there until they gave it to us. Everything is in walking distance for me. It is what I thought I was moving to when I agreed to move to Seattle.
In the middle of everything. I want to send my roots down into a Seattle neighbourhood that makes me feel at home. Having two kids and a dog might make this dream impossible.
Like I am oft found saying, one child in Capitol Hill is a hipster accessory, and two children makes you a crazy person. Still I want to raise city babies. Children who see a variety of lifestyles and who are accepting of difference.
Kids who are comfortable with a comedian for a mom, and a programmer for a father. I want to be able to write in cafes when the kids are in school, and walk to a comedy show at night.
This past year made a kind of sense. This next year will be about being close to mine. There is a fairness. Then we can make a real decision for next September and set down real roots.
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