So my first month anniversary of leaving Michigan is fast approaching. Although there are some bumps in the road, I have enjoyed my time here. I got to get in depth with my new job with a boss who has offered up his own couch for me to come out here. I've also gotten the chance to travel to places like Los Angeles and Utah and take in the sights for these regions. Right now, I'm in a good place.
However, I have been reading Facebook posts about fellow Metro Detroit millennials and how they moved back to Michigan from states like Colorado and Arizona. Mainly, they ether wanted to be with their families or be a part of the Detroit 'comeback'. That's fine, more power to them. But would I be doing the same thing in the near future?
Seriously. Why should I move back? I love it out here. People are friendly for the most part and the weather is just as friendly. As an adult, I felt like I didn't fit in when I lived in Michigan, specifically Romeo. Besides, my birth state has various issues, stemming from the roads to gutted public education. Why would I want to go back to that? No disrespect to my family and friends, but I found a new home and I'm glad I did. Viva Las Vegas!
My life! Food, sports, school. It's what it is!