It’s almost time to return to Boquete. It’s been cold most of the time I’ve been in OKC, and now, just when I’m almost ready to board the plane, there’s supposed to be an ice and snow storm the day before. I’m leaving early on Sunday, December 9. I’m hoping the weather won’t delay my flight out of here, because it may cause a domino effect for the other legs of my trip. Fingers crossed it will be fine!
Because of the impending storm, the polymer clay guild postponed the Christmas party until the following Saturday instead of tomorrow, so I’ll miss seeing my friends. I’m sad about that, but I’ve culled out some of my clay stuff and will send it with one of the members to bring to the party.
For the past couple of weeks, I’ve spent some time working in the office at my old job. In October, they let the guy go that they replaced me with, and asked me to do some work remotely. That worked out well, so I figured I’d put in some hours while I was here in OKC. It was good to see the people at work, and the extra pay comes in handy, too!
However, this entire week has been devoted to sorting things at the storage unit into things to take with me, things to throw out, things to donate, and things to give to friends. So much stuff!!! I must say, it’s freeing and cathartic to get rid of things I don’t need, and a reminder not to accumulate so much in the future.
I’m so looking forward to returning to Boquete, and to my new life and friends there!