Wednesday, August 21, 2013

The Final Countdown....

Well, India is 15 days out. Are we ready? Nope.

So here is what is going on in my life...

After one heck of a year full of huge life moments, taking some time to evaluate those moments, and a lot of growing up......

I graduated from grad school. Yes, everyone, I finally finished college. For now at least...

I moved to California. San Francisco that is. I took a job with Clark Construction (no relation) and I am loving it so far. I am handling the medical equipment procurement for a 10 story hospital addition. I am very in over my head. All my co workers are great and my bosses, even better. Yes, I get asked on a daily basis how I got the name "KK". I may start telling people my parents had so many kids they stopped giving us names and just letters.

I decided to live in a small town 20 miles northeast of the Bay Area called Walnut Creek. I move in Friday. Now all I need is furniture, Duff and my wall art. (Reminder for dad to ship my art, thanks).

Basically, I finally decided to be an adult.... well, kind of (I choose to always be a kid at heart). Dad is probably most excited about this after many years of pondering if KK will actually ever graduate.

Okay, enough about me.

India is a mere 15 days away. Plane tickets bought. Hotel in Paris for a night booked. Hotel in New Delhi booked. Malaria pills ready. Alana and I still don't have Visas. Everyone pray we get them. The Indian Consulate is truly testing my patience in a whole new way. No train reservations to the Taj Mahal or Jaipur yet. I am not worried about that.

Dad still thinks he is going to ride an elephant. That's also testing my patience but in a funny way.

I am still on the fence about a new camera lens but may pull the trigger. I mean, how often do you go to India?

Alana has no clue what she is getting herself in to. It will be like that time we told her J Lo was in the Publix at the beach and when she told all her friends, we acted like we had no clue what she was talking about. We got months of laughter. India may provide years of laughter.

You all should seriously stay tuned for the blog posts for this trip. I will try to catch all the ridiculous moments it has to offer. You are all welcome in advance.

Until next time, K's.

1 comment:

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