A couple of weeks ago I was interviewingfor a job in town thinking if the job worked out we would hang around Chico for one more year and save some money and then move to socal. To tell the truth after the interview I drove to the mall and walked around window shopping. I stopped in one of my favorite shops - Hollister Company - which is a sister company to Abercrombie & Fitch and sells beach type clothes and has a store in Huntington Beach...what I'm saying in a round about way is - the store has a huge big screen on the wall featuring a live feed of Huntington Beach in socal. I can watch people walking on the beach or surfing while I am shopping at the store in Chico, 600 miles away. I think that is so cool! But that particular day my heart felt homesick... did I really want to wait another year before moving somewhere I really wanted to live? That day I tried to shove those feelings aside... I thought this might be my first real chance to get another job. That of course was before the feedback from that job and it turned out the hours were less than 20 a week so no matter if they really liked me the hours were not enough and we would have continued to lose money each month and where is the sense in that? Then there was the forklift class idea... that class filled up in the first hour so that fell through... then of course there was my kid breaking his ankle... so I am back to the original plan to find work around socal and just go for it. When I was in my 20s I would have just packed everyone up and moved with a great deal less in savings... I was more of a risk taker and things always worked out. I guess the older I get the more I second guess myself.