I decided to spend a month in Colorado. It has been less than a week and my heart is already rooting. I know when I drive back to San Diego my home will welcome me with open arms and happy doggies. 

I have a really fortunate problem here. 

Should I stay or should I go now? If I stay there will be trouble. If I go there will be double.

-The Clash

I try and weigh the pros and cons but there are just a ton of pros. I compare the two.

1. Both have awesome friends

2. Both have wonderful people

3. Both have creativity in the air

4. Both have so much love for me

4. Both have lots to do

But.

Only one has this:

 Oldest nephew: Connor. I took him on a birthday date and we shot lasers at our enemies.

Oldest nephew: Connor. I took him on a birthday date and we shot lasers at our enemies.

 Oldest niece: Sarah. She got glasses like Aunt V. She is goofy and kind. Her mom says she reminds her of her Aunt V. 

Oldest niece: Sarah. She got glasses like Aunt V. She is goofy and kind. Her mom says she reminds her of her Aunt V. 

 Nephew: Gavin. We pretended his jogging stroller was a car. I made loud car sounds and zoomed around the neighborhood in a crazy zig zag of fun and imagination.

Nephew: Gavin. We pretended his jogging stroller was a car. I made loud car sounds and zoomed around the neighborhood in a crazy zig zag of fun and imagination.

 Newest member niece: Alex. She is an easy-going lady with a side smile that melts ya.

Newest member niece: Alex. She is an easy-going lady with a side smile that melts ya.

Rather than spin my wheels I think I'm going to take a moment to be grateful for the overflow of goodness in my life.