Sometimes the road less travelled is the road best left behind…

I am leaving Alberta this week.

When I came to this province two years ago, I had such high hopes for the future I would build for myself here. Truth be told, I desperately wanted to be able to call this city home. It never really felt like that, though. Vancouver has always been my home.

Throughout the past two years, there were friendships made and friendships lost. There were some good times, some great times, some moments I will always remember and many moments I wish I could forget. I worked hard, really hard. At times harder than I thought was possible. I’m actually quite proud of how hard I’ve worked while here. I’ve had between 2-3 jobs at once throughout the past two years. Quite frankly, working hard is the reason I was actually able to survive the past eight months.

I’m leaving Alberta and I am not sad about it.

There’s something better for me, somewhere better in this world.

10 thoughts on “Sometimes the road less travelled is the road best left behind…

  1. I’m sorry to hear that you’re leaving Alberta, Vee. I’m going to miss you. It’s too bad I only got to meet you once while you were in Alberta. I wish you the very best in your endeavors 🦋 <— sending a “positive happy sunshine rainbow unicorn” butterfly your way

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  2. Sometimes you just need to move on. I felt good about Seattle then it didn’t work for me anymore, but I’m glad I went. It’s all experience, good, bad or otherwise. Best of luck Vee.

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  3. You go, girl! The world is waiting, and you’re off to conquer your little corner of it! I’m really excited for you and will be watching here for updates. Remember, you are strong, capable, valuable and loved. ❤🤗🙏

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  4. Yeah, there’s a lot less coastline in Alberta. And Calgary’s overrated. Too big, too north, too… depressing. I hope you like wherever you end up:)

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