Monday, June 22, 2009

Moving On To New Things

This was a big move for me. At first, I thought I was just moving to a new place, as I started the process it brought out all theses emotions. About 5 years when I moved to LA, life started throwing all these curve balls. In this 5-year period, I went to 7 funerals, I lost a lot of family and friends. I broke up with my girl friend and a few more things happed that I don’t care to talk about. There was a point were I did not leave my house for 2 months I was so heart broken, I could not even go out side. When I decided to move, I felt like it was me saying it was time to move on from all those old feeling. Now that I’m in my new place, I feel a new energy. It’s such a good feeling. Right now I’m so in inspired, I can’t wait to see what will come out of this. As I was going through all my old stuff I started creating huge piles of trash, as I was throwing it away, I was imagining my self throwing out all those old feeling and leaving them behind. I guess what im saying out with the old and in with the new…

This is my new place.....



4 comments:

Ben said...

When you change your setting it's easy to move on. Glad you can turn the page in style w/ that sick crib you got. Good luck w/ the unpacking. Congrats on getting the flock out of that S*%#hole city smelLA

aaron said...

New Chapter, New Digs, Keeping it Fresh. I like it...
Aaron Ruhter AkA (A GUY)

jgt9 said...

Beautiful place, Ian. I'm glad to hear things are looking up for you. Your post inadvertently made me have a more positive outlook on my own life. I've been feeling down for a little while now and have lost inspiration. Although I'm really sorry to hear about all your recent hardships, it has made me realize that I am not alone in this world and that others have a lot of similar issues to deal with. I've been thinking all morning about moving and getting rid of boxes of accumulated memories. I thought it was pretty ironic when I sat down and read your blog and how it really touched base with me and everything I'm going through right now. Thanks for the inspiration.

Josh

pooney82 said...

Hey Ian your place is amazing. Good luck with all your future projects, I'm sure everything will come together. Glad I came across your blog. Maybe we'll see you the next time you're in Tahoe.
Pooney