As some of you know, I moved to Colorado about 6 months ago. I won’t lie, this has been the hardest transition of my life. I have moved several states away on many occasions, but adding a divorce, selling a home at a loss, and a very turbulent half a year of rocky finances made it hell on earth. I want to thank many close friends and family that were there for me during that hard transition.
However, I have met some amazing people with amazing stories. I have never spent so many sleepless nights socializing into the wee hours of the morning, even watching the sun come up. This isn’t a once in a while thing. This happens 2-3 times a week. It’s exhausting, but worth it. I have been dormant for the past 6 months. I’m ready to be busy for the next 2-3 years.
I have been spending more time driving around Springs, and Colorado at large. This place is so beautiful. I have seen some amazing places, but nothing rivals Colorado. A 3 or 4 hour road trip is time well spent. Being here makes one want to stay busy, to stay healthy. There are so many organic farmers and organic foods and cannabis that it’s ridiculous.
Speaking of organic food. I have changed my diet, and now my stomach is behaving better. I still do things like drink beer and eat pizza. I just don’t do it often, and I pick beers or wines that are easier on my stomach. I am getting alot of guidance from my new roommate, Josh. He is one really cool dude.
We are up here fighting the war at ground zero. It’s not easy, but it’s lots of fun! Being here gives me a small taste of freedom, as though it’s a step in the right direction as a nation. I know many cannot or refuse to understand this, but all I can do is delivery the truth and hope people hear before it’s too late.
Wagen, over and out.