I apologize for the lack of crystalline intuition as of late, but I did warn you that I was going to be off the grid for some period of time. My world is slowly turning itself into normal as I am now writing from the house I’ve always needed in my life. You’ve seen it. I’ve shown you pictures. In fact, only a few posts ago I posted a photo of the trees in my new backyard.
I’m not exactly moved in yet. I am writing from my bedroom floor, where my iMac is resting on a nightstand and my internet is tethered to my phone. So… yeah, I not really fully operational at the moment. But hopefully we will be soon.
The past few weeks have been rough, yet somehow not nearly as stressful as our previous living conditions. Yes. Being homeless was easier and less stressful than living in my old apartment with the landlord who had no rules until we found one he didn’t like.
Moving into this house so far has been very relaxing. I’m not sure why. Perhaps it’s the creek that runs through the back yard… that we apparently will be owning a good portion of. It is very settling. And despite the heatwave, the breeze coming in through my bedroom window at this moment is cold enough to chill the room and make you want to wrap yourself up into a quilt and stay there for a very long time.
I can’t really describe the feeling of settling down back into your own bed once again after a month away from it. It really started to feel like home the moment we laid down to spend our first night here. We were cozy. Comfy.
Sorry that I can’t impart any wise words of wisdom right now. Things have to move pretty quick in order for us to settle down. I’ve had some great ideas to work on as of late. And, I really need to get back to work on the movie. I’ve been away from it for a few weeks and it makes you lose focus of what’s important.
Ashio is coming. Japan is coming. Roppongi, The Las Vegas of Tokyo is on its way. There’s a lot of planning to do!