I take all these quizzes on Facebook and it makes me think- about stuff. I took one today to see how much of a "TRUE Pacific Northwesterner" I was and I am "Pure Pacific Northwest Product. You understand intimately the life and loves of the Pacific Northwest. If you haven't lived here your whole life, you have the intimate soul of a lifetime resident." Amazing. I've never even been to the Pacific Northwest. I probably got that result because I actually know what a Geoduck (pronounced "gooey-duck") is, but I only know that because I watch Dirty Jobs. However, for some strange reason this odd test made me feel really good. Jason and I have been talking for a few years about moving to Oregon or Washington (to some town close to the ocean!) and everyone always tells us that we'd hate it because it rains a lot. Well duh. Anyway. I love the rain, moving to Seattle or someplace like that is the perfect excuse for me to buy some wellies, a cute raincoat and a fabulous umbrella. I like drizzle. I love eating fish. Coffee is the only thing I don't do, but I could try. I have stated for the last 10 years or so that I hate moving. We did it a lot as a kid and I never really minded till I was in my teens. Then I felt I needed roots. But how do I feel about it now? As I am typing it's starting to snow, again. I seriously wonder when it will stop this year. My loving husband said that we might get between 8-16" in this storm! Not exactly what I like to hear at 7 in the morning. Does my serious physical dislike of where I am now, spawn the desire to move to a new place? Would I be just as restless as I am now, someplace else? I wonder if it's my spiritual being that's unsettled? Do I require a deeper walk with the Lord? Well, who doesn't? Maybe this is what's making me feel empty? Wow. For me this is deep. I have felt very satisfied in my walk. But maybe I'm not..... My screen saver is pictures of exotic beaches. I love the beach! I wish I was sitting and listening to the waves crash upon the shore right now. "I don't have to worry any more. If I really need You I'll go to the shore. And the thought of You there is my protection. - I see it right in front of me. A vision in my head. And I know this is as real as a daydream gets. - You make no sound, but I can hear You in the wind. I can see this never ends. Like the sea. Like You for me." Oh look! The sun just came out.