Jill and I have started our new life and are moving along swimmingly.
Today is New Year’s Eve and we are going to be celebrating with friends and doing a little salsa dancing.
We will probably drink a lot of champagne, eat amazing food, and have a truly incredible time since we are back home and things just feel “right” again.
We are definitely missing our friends back in Beijing and wishing them a wonderful New Year’s Day since they will have crossed the New Year’s Eve dateline before we do here. We love you all and wish you were here to celebrate with us.
I have posted before about the Airpocalpyse app on my iPhone.
This will be the last time you, or I, see it since I deleted it.
I don’t plan on ever going back to Beijing, and I don’t want to be reminded of the pollution and conditions of living there, anymore.
Neither does Jill.
We are moving on to bigger and better things and want to focus on that.
I will be, however, writing a book about our experiences so we will be looking back at it.
But not right now. Today is for the future and for enjoyment.
The air is clean in San Francisco and not a cloud in the sky.
Our website SF Tourism Tips is doing incredibly and we are working on our new site to help others live the life they want and figure out how to change what is in their way to being more content.
So, say goodbye to the Airpocalypse App.
Give it a good send off and a huge, “Thank you” for the laughs and the information that allowed Jill and me to figure out if we would leave our apartment on certain days or just stay home, order in, and watch Breaking Bad, 30 Rock or some movie that we’d have downloaded.
Happy New Years to all and I hope 2015 is the best year of your life so far.
I am sure it will be for Jill and me.