I met up with Mikey and since we both had no money we hostile-hopped for most of the nights. We mostly stayed in the LA area with the exception of when we drove up to Santa Barbara to wine taste. We did all of the touristy stuff because, guess what… we were tourists. Standing at the Griffith Observatory we spotted the Hollywood Sign. “It doesn’t look that far”, we both thought so we started walking. About 900 hours walking up a mountain on goat trails with all of our luggage we finally arrived, not without a foot injury for Michael though. Read More
I’m not one to sit and do the same thing for a while. Call it lack of commitment, call it ADD, call me lazy or irresponsible, whatever it is, it’s who I am and it’s how I live my life. I get restless easily. That’s why spending anymore time at a job that I didn’t enjoy going to seemed crazier to me than quitting did. So thats what I did, I quit. While I was being crazy, I came up with the idea to leave everything behind me and move to Las Vegas; family, friends, everything.
They say that what I’m doing is a gamble; leaving a job, a family, friends, for the uncertain. What bigger risk is there than forgoing my life with the gamble that ill be able to do it later?
My first order of business was getting to Vegas as I could not drive my leased car. My only option was flying so I found out my brother would be in California by himself on February 28th. My plan was now New York to California to Vegas. I texted him at 8pm on February 27th simply, “want a Los Angeles friend?”, then just like that I was landing in LAX two days later. Journey, commence!