It’s utterly shocking how much I’m enjoying having no encumbrances. My house sold and closed two weeks ago, so there are no taxes to pay and no mortgages to worry about and no trees that need trimming and no gutters that must be cleaned.
I’m currently living with a friend in the Midwest, and it’s mighty nice. I buy a few groceries and turn them into tasty meals, in exchange from a quiet, warm place to stay. It’s a sweet deal and seems to be working out very well.
My friend was living alone, after having been married for many years, so this is a win/win for both of us.
In a few days, I’ll visit family and friends in Ohio and I’m looking forward to that, too.
For someone who spent an entire career writing about “home,” it’s surprising how much I enjoy living this nomadic life.