Thursday, September 11, 2008

it's not about me

I only had two seconds of thinking, Damn, now that I'm going someplace I'm excited about, it's about to be blown off the map. Just two seconds. Okay maybe five. But I've been exchanging text messages with the only friend I have in Houston, and even though I saw his very neighborhood flashing red and orange on my TV, he said he's staying home, and that he's more sleepy tonight than worried about the weather.

Heartening, but I'm saying a tiny prayer just in case.

I almost forgot, here's today's bit of Houston boosterism:

It's one of the best cities in the whole US if you appreciate massive amounts of culture/diversity, "can do" attitudes, and friendly, down-to-earth people.

3 comments:

Stacy said...

Think of it this way - you'll know what apartments are in good shape when you go looking for a permanent place. Hope your friend stay safe!

Elbee said...

I'm saying one with you. My sister is about 30 mind out. But still worried.

Elbee said...

I'm saying one with you. My sister is about 30 mind out. But still worried.