If you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there.
SoaSoaS82 - I've been reading this thread since the morning you posted it. And I just now clicked on your profile to see where you were from. And now I completely understand where you're coming from. Excuse the irony there. I was born and raised in Janesville, WI and have lived my whole life in that area, and also suffering from depression. And I personally think that part of the country is just a depressing area. I too, always wanted to just get away when I lived there.One day I decided on a whim that I was going to go to Denver for a week to get away and maybe look for a job. Low and behold I got a job offer 2 weeks later at a Hot Rod shop as a body and paint tech. I put in my 2 weeks noticed and moved to Denver with $500 to my name.3 1/2 years later I'm an assistant manager for Advance Auto Parts making good money, in the process of starting my own Hot Rod shop, engaged to the love of my life, FINALLY on the proper medications to manage my depression and anxiety and I'm the happiest I've ever been in my whole life.So when the time is right for you, absolutely go on a journey and just see what the world has to offer you. I did, and it changed my life and I couldn't be happier.
as for the rest of ya, thanks for the positive thoughts... I hope and Pray something good comes my way soon.
I saw where the new highway overlapped the old road, I saw where it diverged, and I saw where it was swallowed up by the desert after becoming an unused section of nothingness... I saw telegraph poles off in the distance that went for miles along the ghost of the road, indicating that, once upon a great time... there had been a two lane, path of American dreams.
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