nostalgia

there is no nostalgia as i pack up the remnants of 1890 Grove St these last remaining days there and i wonder if its because i had checked out a long time ago.

i’m realizing that letting go of things isn’t trying to erase things from your memory and pretend like they didn’t happen, it’s processing this stuff so it can go quietly on its way in whatever way it needs to go.

i’m not having the same pangs of sadness that seems to be plaguing eric.  i know that a lot of it has to do with leaving the city and not just the apartment but i thought i’d at least have some kind of twinge of something for leaving a place that i’ve lived in for 7 years.

nope.  nothing.

maybe it will hit later.

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