How did he figure it out?

How on earth did ds hendler figure me out? How did he know about my blog & the tv show? Damn. Now my cover is totally blown. I bet HBO will pull my time slot after the next season of “Sex in the City”. DAMN. So busted. No point in putting the webcam back online now. *sigh* (Yeah, it was going to be “NO Sex in the City” and my dull, no sex life would counter balance Samantha’s bed hopping.)

I have decided to put myself on an 18 month plan. When Jason finishes 5th grade, I want to move to St. Paul, Minnesota. Yep. I have had enough of H-Town. I have no ties to it, I hate the heat, I want to live by family. Heck, if I have a good year and make lots of commissions maybe I’ll go at the end of *this* school year. May, 2002. If I am frugal and work out a plan, it can be done. I may just put “MOVE” at the top of my wish list and put off the new couch, the new tv, and everything else. (No point in moving a new couch, when it would be easier to buy one there.) The only thing standing in my way is money. Isn’t that how it always goes? But I would want at least 2-3 months worth of salary in my pocket for the move. At least with so many family members in the area we should be able to stay with someone for a week or two while we look for a new place, I get a job, etc. I just read in my Franklin Planner that “A Goal is a Dream with a Deadline.” I can do it. I just have to work towards the goal.

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

11 replies on “How did he figure it out?”

Okay, I guess we’ll have to hang out as much as we can until you move. I can understand you wanting to get away from H-town. I don’t see how anyone could enjoy living there. *big grin*

The urge to move must be in the air. Lonnie and I are trying to decide what / where we want to do with our family. We’d really like to move out of the Texas heat, but our families are here. It’s a tough move, but can be done. I hope your plan goes well and all things work out for you.

Now you know I’ve been trying to get out of Hade… I mean Houston, for ages, too, chickypoo! I had doubts about moving TO Texas in the first place. Maybe we need to form a support group! How about Chicks Living In Texas? *grin*

I did have to tell mom that NO, I would not move to Bismarck – I prefer Minnesota, and I think the job opportunities for me are better there. Plus I have a lot more relatives in the Twin Cities area.

Good luck with meeting your goal, Christine. Having moved cross-country twice in the past three years, I think I’m finally where I want to stay, but it was never as big of a deal as everyone makes it out to be. Or maybe I’ve just done it so much that I’m used to the hassle? LOL 😉

I guess I’ll be the dissenting opinion and say that I actually like living in Houston. ~gasp~ There’s lots of things to do – we’ve got a zoo, the most kick-ass baseball stadium, some great museums, we’re a stop on the Drum and Bugle Corp tour (, we’ve got all kinds of fine arts and entertainment, a mix of all kinds of restaurants, clubs, and bars, AstroWorld, and a million other things. Yeah, the weather sucks, but I personally wouldn’t be caught living up north. Too damn cold. Anyway, just wanted to do a little defending of Houston since everyone’s so down on it and I like it here. 🙂

Hey, I don’t know if you knew this, but we’re also trying to move to the Twin Cities area. It’s not looking good right now… but we’re not giving up! See ya there!

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