So I’m officially back in Nashville. And it’s eerie how this city is exactly the same. Nothing’s changed. You can’t even tell that a devastating flood happened just a few months ago.

I’m living with my parents again for the time being, and it’s like going back in time. My parents moved right after I went out to Taiwan, and now my room isn’t really my room, but more like a storage. The furniture’s the same, the rules are the same, and I’m pretty sure the curfew might be the same too. (I haven’t attempted to break that one yet. I’ve been jet lagged this past week.)

It’s been a week, and I’m already getting a bit stir-crazy. I’ll be looking for some part time jobs while I brush up on those standardized tests again. In the meantime, I’ll try to find a new theme for this blog.

One thought on “Nashville

  1. Well, it will certainly take some getting used to being home again, but take this time to learn about all Nashville has to offer 24-year-olds! I’m always sad I can’t spend more time there because the only things I know to do are things we did in high school. I want to discover Nashville for young adults.

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