Monday, May 14, 2012

Ho-Hum, Hum-Drum

It's weird how I feel like my life is a lot less interesting and mundane being single in Colorado. You'd think I'd have all sorts of interesting and wacky stories about the community or the people I meet or what it's like to be a traveled-everywhere Jewish girl in a state with 83,000 Jews -- most of which are secular.

But for some reason, and maybe this is a good thing, the ho-hum, hum-drum that is my life right now feels good. At times, it's uncomfortable because I feel like something should be happening, that I'm still in a state of flux. Instead, I feel calm, rested, excited.

So I figured now would be a good time to open it up to questions. All you have to do is click here, and ask away. I'll try to be super prompt on answering questions this time around, too.

Until then, I'll be watching my tomato plants grow out on the balcony, with the silhouette of the mountains not far behind.