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06 November 2009


Change is good. Scary but good. When I left San Francisco for Boston I had no idea what was going to happen. It made me feel younger to start on a new adventure. It has been a wild ride.

Good luck in New York, I hope you find what you're looking for!

FYI, I'd love to meet up and talk/babble and enjoy good food together... Keep me posted (i'm sure i'll read your occurances as you tweet them...) But let me know :)

Oh Shuna! You make my heart leap every goddamned time.

Welcome back to NY! If you stay, let us know where you are cooking so that we can come taste your food!

Even if the big change is desperately needed, it can still be painful to uproot, so it was good to read your words today. Congrats on heading back to NYC!

Most times it's so much more interesting to have just questions and no answers. Waiting eagerly for your further adventures. (btw, I said something about the recipes vs. intuitions but was having problems with the comment posting, so I think it just got swallowed by the interwebs).

Your prose gets me everytime. I hope you find what you are looking for wherever you go be it NYC or London or wherever you go. I can't wait to see the beauty that comes from your new experiences.

I know how you feel. I just moved from my home, SF, to Baltimore...Im in the "what the hell did I just do!" stage. The next question is where am I going to cook!?...When you get the direct line to g-d, let me know!
Thanks for your sharing...

Once an ex-pat always an ex-pat. I don't think you can leave London really are part of the community here now!

Welcome back.

Wishing you all the best.

shuna, another "welcome back to nyc"! i concur with the comment above: hope you find a job here as i'd love to taste your cooking. speaking of which, chocolate + licorice?!?! wow. that's a combination that's never occurred to me, yet are two of my absolute favourites - sounds phenomenal. happy travels in that airplane seat.

Lovely. My husband and I, both men without (emotional) countries, feel the urge, the need to move to reinvent (exactly) every 5 years. Run, change, experience. And our time here is up and we don't know who to become next. Good luck with yours. And I say worry neither about the past or the future, just live the present.

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