Wednesday, December 3, 2008

introduction

hi there,

I'm a southern California native who just moved to upstate NY. I'm still in the process of getting acclimated to this thing they call "seasons". And from what I've seen and felt...it's overrated. I've recently experienced snow falling from the sky for the first time. And I know that might sound somewhat uneventful, it was actually a monumental moment for me. [and i never knew that rain and snow could fall from the sky at the same time].

Overall I guess this place isn't too bad, i.e. no lines at the DMV [and they're open on Saturdays] rent is mad cheap, and I get time to spend with the fambam. But there's a downside as well: there's absolutley nothing to do out here but kick rocks or go to little social gatherings like pumpkin fest [wtf] or whatever other fests they have to promote unity...but i'm going to give this place a chance [well I'm really trying to][really really trying to].

Well this is where it starts. Me trying to write down a few experiences, a few thoughts...maybe bring a little westcoast to the east.

"i'm west side anyway even if i left today and stayed away"--TI






5 comments:

oNe mAn gAng said...

lol @ "there's nothing to do here but kick rocks..." Yeah, the whole 'seasons' thing is garbage...I'd rather have a consistent YEAR, eff a season like my name's Stephon Marbury.

She Gave Me the Keys said...

I just want you to know that we seasoners will be your support group. Now, I don't plan on trying to convince you what's so cool about the things you struggle to adjust to...no, I'm just trying to help you get through it...by keeping you distracted with sht like music and words and art. :)

asia kismet said...

and that you do. between blogs, art and music...i cant complain

K-Dub said...

Asia, its like me and you just switched regions cuz this Cali weather is trippin me out! I need snow and cold weather soon or else I might have a heart attack!

asia kismet said...

we sure did switch...yo but i'll take cali 80-90 degrees indian winters and beach runs over -20 degrees anyday.