Glasgow, United Kingdom
How much do we have invested in this ride called existence?
Oh, how I hate this part. About five years ago, after many moons of beating my (figurative) head against the brick wall known as the US and all that run it, I decided I had enough and moved to Glasgow, Scotland to 1) get a PhD at the University of Glasgow, and 2) try and get my head in some order. I've always been somewhat of a "gypsy" (not always out of choice), but doing an international move was something I've always wanted to do but never thought would actually ever happen. There are still times I wonder if I did the right thing and have occasional periods of bizarre adjustment, but I certainly have not regretted making the move. This, of course, could say very little about me, but I do like to keep some things to myself and a
few trusted close friends. This doesn't mean I'm some anti-social recluse, but you will get what you see (sometimes). I don't like routine, and I get bored very easily, which leads to a g