It seems like we just arrived and yet, the trip is over. I’m writing this from my home in boring Indiana. The trip home was a trip home. Nothing special. We woke. Showered. Packed the car. Drove to the airport and then spent the next five hours waiting, flying, disembarking, paying for parking and driving home.
Real life (the one we live here in Indiana) is boring. Colorado life (the one we live on vacation) is exciting and fun. But it is the real life that pays for the Colorado life. I just wonder if there isn’t a way to have a real life in Colorado that can pay for the Colorado life.
Does that make any sense at all?