There is so much to love about Indy that I barely know where to start if I want to list out my favorite things about the city. It’s just-right size, affordability, friendliness, the way I can see the downtown skyline from here in Avon, the quick and easy ride to get downtown, the wonderful people I have met, the zoo, Carpenter Realtors, Colts pride, the Children’s Museum, the canal… but this is not a post about how much I love you.
This is a Goodbye.
This is the very definition of a bittersweet moment. My husband has been offered a great new job (YAY!) in Houston. That, unfortunately, means that I have to leave the city that I fell in love with. I have to relocate my family and my business to Houston, and I’m excited, but also nervous.
I won’t be leaving right away, you aren’t quite done with me yet. I have to get my house sold first, and in the meantime I’m also going to sell as many other houses as I possibly can.
This was much different when we were being relocated from Alabama to Indy in 2005, I was coming home to Indiana. I was leaving a place that I hadn’t really connected with. But now… well, now I’m leaving you, Indy. And I really do love you.
So cheers to you, Indianapolis, I will be living it up here as much as possible while I can. I’ll be gathering some great memories, packing up some Colts gear, and getting in as many visits as I can to my favorite spots. I hope to someday be back, and I will DEFINITELY be keeping in touch.