Sunday, July 26, 2009

At A Crossroad

This year will mark my 10th year in Venezuela. I've witnessed the evolution of Hugo Chavez as president and the downward spiral of a country. I have gotten out of debt, gotten married, and bought our first home. This past 4-week visit back home to New Mexico was an eye-opener. I realized I am missing out on some really good stuff. I am not getting any younger and would like to spend my remaining productive years in the USA where I can participate in the things I like to do. This will be my last year here. I want to sell our condo, and move on.

1 comment:

mark scotch said...

I think as we get older we stay younger by not being afraid or lazy?, not sure if that's the word, to follow our dreams, even if it means doing something some might consider as a change of mind.
I've always felt life it too short to do something (for very long, anyway)I don't really want to do.

Good for you on your decision!