The pros and cons of personal Brownian Motion

Posted: January 31, 2010 in Uncategorized

Seems the more I travel, the less I really need to be “home”. I’ve developed a pretty solid travel kit to keep in touch, keep me entertained, and keep me comfortable. My needs have gotten remarkably minimal, and I’ve become fairly adept at feeling at ease wherever I touch down, be it a hotel or someone’s couch. I do however find it easiest to be comfortable in a real “home”, someplace that’s actually lived in. I think part of the reason I loved the hostel in Gimmelwald, Switzerland so much is because it was more like a home than a hotel; people staying there did chores, all meals were cooked in the shared kitchen, and everyone just automatically fell into a communal life.

Although, it is nice to have a place to hide out while I’m damaged. My shoulder separation from Whistler is manageable, but it’s already driving me nuts after only a week and a half. I haven’t seen a doctor since the day it happened, so I’m hoping my appointment on Tuesday will give me some good news, or at least something to work with. Right now all I have to go by is what I had to go through last time with the other shoulder, and I really hope this isn’t as bad.

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Comments
  1. Anonymous says:

    How perfect that you find yourself on the corner of Possum Trot and Rocky Hollow.

  2. Anonymous says:

    How perfect that you find yourself on the corner of Possum Trot and Rocky Hollow.

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