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had a question about moving

I used to live in upstate NY in syr, and I've wanted to move back cause I don't like it here where I am in Colorado, don't have friends to go out with, even in church people never want to do stuff with me after church, I've never married or had kids so I wouldn't mind being around my friends in syr, I had lots of friends there to do stuff with, it was a lot different living there, I'm lonely here and about 16 months ago I filled out something online for syr housing for 10 apt bldg s or 14, cant remember exactly how many, they called me today and said they had a couple of openings and was wondering if I was interested. I told them I was, they're going to send me paperwork in the mail to fill out and stuff I need to send them like birthcertificates etc., I have all the paperwork, to copy and send out. I've been wanting to do this for a long time, a friend was going to let me stay with her but I couldnt cause she had bedbugs,but then my neighbors here had them too, I didn't get them , I did 5 yrs ago but that's why I use an airbed now, so I don't get them. I've had extra money cause I get Wells Fargo and because of what happened they've been sending me checks , so I feel like someone upstairs is giving me the money to do it with, I might pay movers and then maybe go by bus or train . I'm getting really tired of living like this and never having anyone to do stuff with, it was different back there, I had friends to hang out with. I still keep in touch with them, anyways, just wondered what people's opinion was on this, I feel like someone upstairs is telling me to do it.
raspblossom · 22-25, F
Go for it!! Sometimes God allows us to go different places so we can learn lessons and get experiences, if you feel like it's time to leave that place then listen to that voice <3
Move back and see if you still fit in there and are happy. You can always move back tho you might have to wait on apartment for a while… But… if you never move, you will
Never know your possibilities! 🙂
Ynotisay · M
I think one of the most important things people can do is to live in a place that makes them happy. Doesn't matter where or what kind of lifestyle it is. But living someplace where you don't feel fulfilled has all kinds of repercussions. NO place is perfect. There's always some give and take. But I personally commend people who extend themselves and take a risk to be where they want to be.
Jenny1234 · 51-55, F
Go for it!!
OverTheHill · 56-60, M
Move back to a place where you have friends. God gives us those open doors of opportunity. Walk through it, and see what He has planned for you.
AntisocialTroll · 56-60, F
I'd move if I was you, if you leave it too long it might become too difficult to do.
Musicman · 61-69, M
Definitely move back. It sounds like you have no ties keeping you there so go and be happy. 🙂
daydeeo · 61-69, M
I agree with all of the above. Go for it. Nothing to lose.
Nick1 · 61-69, M
Good luck for your move. Hope it will work out for you.
JustNik · 51-55, F
Well, syr may not be the same as it was, but what you do know is that you’re not happy where you’re at, and syr is at least familiar with a chance of greater happiness. I’m glad you’re getting this opportunity! Best of luck with everything!
It's a tough decision.... tough because you might find yourself lonelier in NY. You are a different person after all these years, so are your friends in there....

I'd trust my heart and do what it tells me is better for me.... ♥️🌷🥰
SageWanderer · 70-79, M
I’m of the opinion that the universe is guiding you to a new beginning. Therefore, I would take the chance and with friends there the ability to expand your social network would be greater.
Be where you feel the most comfortable. You need social activities and anything else that might keep you from being bored
Picklebobble2 · 56-60, M
Sometimes we move away with the best intentions but things don't work out.
Maybe going back will offer you a restart.

Go for it !!
hunkalove · 61-69, M
I didn't know you are in Colorado. I'm in Denver. I agree. Not a friendly place.
Rambler · M
Sounds like it's what you really want and seems like now is the time
Carazaa · F
Do it! Living close to family and friends is important.

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