After a month on the road, I had mixed feelings about returning to the house with no name.
For a month, I have awakened in a new place -- almost each morning. And, each day, I really had no idea what I would see or where we would stop next. It was the epitome of why I moved to Mexico. To wake up each morning and not know how I was going to get through the day.
As I have said before: it was exhilarating. Stephen Sondheim summed up the problem of living continually on the highs of moments.
Oh, if life were made of moments
Even now and then a bad one.
But if life were only moments
Then you'd never know you had one.