Monday, February 15, 2010

Like a drifter, I was born to walk alone.

So I am off to Orlando, FL, in just seven days. I leave behind friends, connections, networks, restaurants, family, mountains and, well, that list is gonna stop right now. My life is all filled up with packing and throwing away. And, for reasons locked up in the lyrics, this song (and, most especially, the chorus) is all stuck up in my brain. Thanks, Whitesnake! And, after watching this video, I sure want to wear some leather pants while I'm making my last minute preparations. A man can dream. Hey, don't judge.



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9 comments:

aisy said...

Yah for adventures. But are you ever gonna spill about what you're gonna do in FL?

Ms. White said...

i'm still in shock that you are really leave the slc.
i can't wait for updates on new warm adventures. i'm totally coming to visit you.

Dainon. said...

Tain't no mystery. In a nutshell, I'm helping rebrand a nutritional supplement company ... making them sound more hip, young and cool (their words, not mine). It's gonna be some fun, I think. If you want more than that, gimme a buzz, eh?

SJ said...

Hope they pay you a pretty penny, enough to make it worth your big move. Also, be sure to check out Duck Beach in the Spring. It's an East Coaster singles LDS kids (20's and 30's) thing that's grown quite wildly outta control. Can't remember when exactly it is, but...Very fun ;)

Tracy said...

At the 3:50 mark, a shot made it in the video that the director hated and was mad about making the final cut ever since. There, in plain sight, the price tag still stuck on the bottom of Tawny Kitaen's shoe. How embarrassing!

Thanks, Pop Up Video.

ZLB said...

WOAH. big move! exciting! i guess your mix will have to travel a little further. . . . send me your new addy! good luck!

Mel said...

One of my all-time favorite songs ever. You will be missed, but we are excited for you.

nava_jo said...

Honestly when I was in Utah. I had been there so long, it was a second home for me. It had become so easy to live there, a beautiful rut.

A new adventure, sounds like just the thing to shake things up. Three cheers for adventure!

k8 said...

it brings me no end of joy that this is your 'heading to a new life' anthem. it's such a good one.