First, I hope you all had a happy holiday season and so far are having a good, if not great, 2012.
Second, this is my first entry in this blog in about three months. I've decided to restart it after a big change in my life.
I moved out of the apartments where I had lived for nearly two decades to a apartment complex in my home town. It's on the western outskirts, halfway in the country; you can tell when the winds roar from the west, as they have during a few nights last week, with no buildings to stop them.
It's about 11.5 miles southeast of my old residence, but seems like a county or two away from my old haunts because I'm not as close to Indianapolis as I was before.
I finally got tired of living there because management -- and this is the second or third management group -- has promised but hasn't acted on improving the complex. Plus, the complex was filling up with white trash.
Someday, I'll write more about the situation, but not now. I need to get more details.
I'm writing this at a computer terminal in my new local library; before, I had posted from my home. But I'm in the middle of unpacking and trying to determine if I currently have phone service or internet access.
I also have too much furniture and need to sell or give the extra pieces away. I must determine how and when and where to do that.
I also plan to write more about my life -- my past and especially my present. As of today, I'm 58 years, 3 months and 19 days old, and the 40th anniversary of my high school graduating class will be later this year.
(UPDATE AS OF FEBRUARY 3: A 40th-year reunion is being planned for some time in October.)
Because of my age, I've decided to take more of a review of the whole process, but after I get hooked up at my new apartment.
Therefore -- watch this space.