Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Back on Earth Again

It's been almost a year since my last post, which is very poor of me. I don't know how it works for others, but when I make major life changes, I cocoon for a while.

Since my last post, I have gotten married, honeymooned in New Zealand, visited Brazil, moved to Seattle, started my new job, and bought a house (as you can see, Sarah has been much better than I about staying in touch). One important item not on the list is "defended my thesis", so there are more big changes to come. Nevertheless, I've mostly gotten my feet under me again, so it's time to come out of hibernation. Also, to mix as many metaphors as I can in one post, apparently.

So, if there's anyone still following this out there, apologies, and hello again. If you'd like to get in touch, my old email, IM, and phone number are all the same. All that's changed is my address:

Pedro DeRose
6704 E Crest View Loop SE
Snoqualmie, WA 98065

Now that I've poked my head back out, I'm going to try and be better about posting periodically. Next time: what I learned (or at least remember from what I learned) about buying a house.

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