In three months, I will be doing something the likes of which I have never done before.

I’m going to be moving from the Washington, DC area.

I will be going to Seattle.

The idea of moving is so huge- and has always been inconcievable for my entire adult life.  I’ve lived a long time with the mindset, “You’re too sick to do that” regarding a good deal of things.

Realizing that, no, I’m not too sick to do that is scary.  Deciding that, not only am I well enough to do that, I’m going to do it, is petrifying.

I really don’t have anything more to write about regarding it, except that I’m feeling overwhelmed, and nervous, and, of course, scared out of my mind.

I have never done anything like this before.

Happy 2007, everyone.


Photography by toan thai photography, taken in November, 2006.

8 Responses to “2007”

  1. on 01 Jan 2007 at 3:11 pmMoraxian

    Eeek! I guess we better shoot before you move…well, we are in 5 days, but still, we probably should shoot again before you head off to the great Northwest.

    I know several top-notch bondage producers up there, if you want references: Bridgett Harrington at RopeLover.com (you two are two from the same pod, very creative and very thought provoking), David Knight Bondage, Juliet Heart (she’s a really sweet lady!), Dan from dansbondagebabes.com and a bunch more.

    I know I for one will miss you when you leave the DC area.

    See you in 5 days!

  2. on 02 Jan 2007 at 12:27 amAnonymous

    Seattle is a gorgeous city– I just don’t like spending 75% of my life stuck in traffic. Best of Luck!

  3. on 02 Jan 2007 at 7:17 pmadam storey

    good luck

  4. on 02 Jan 2007 at 9:32 pmAl Sensu

    While Seattle’s traffic is horrible, I think DC’s is worse. Seattle is a great city. Many cool neighborhoods, great restaurants, excellent culture. Your biggest problem will be wanting to call a friend at 9 pm before you remember it’s midnight back east. Yes, it is rainy a lot there, but when it’s not raining it’s dry. Unlike DC where it’s schvitzy from May to September. You didn’t explain why you’re moving — not that you must, just curious.Best wishes!

  5. on 03 Jan 2007 at 10:17 amAnon

    Why Seattle? I mean ..it’s funa an all for a while but after you went to the underground and Pike Street ..all it is ..is rain and cloudy skys? Why did you choose such a dismal place when there are soooo many other choices?

  6. on 04 Jan 2007 at 9:49 amAnon

    What are you running away from?

  7. on 04 Jan 2007 at 10:00 amcandyposes

    I have my reasons.

    By the way, commentor #6- wtf? You live in NY- most likely, you’ve never even met me. Stop being creepy and judgemental.

  8. on 04 Jan 2007 at 2:41 pmArt Fan

    Good Luck in Seattle. I know several people who have moved there and love it. Every life needs an adventure away from where they are most comfortable. You are not “running” from anything you running TO something. As you drive accross the country with all of your things, you will find it very liberating. Congratulations on doing what, I assume, is the best for you. Also, I found your site today by accident and I NEVER leave comments anywhere. Your site is beautiful. The photography is great: provoking and tasteful. Keep it up! Or don’t! Just keep making art! Best wishes.

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