Sunday, June 21, 2009

Dear Madison, I love you. Let's never fight again.

It turns out, much to my surprise, that I really miss Madison. Especially Madison summers.

It's was so easy to get back into the rhythm of this city: the jaywalking, the constant detours due to construction, the young moms and their double strollers getting in everyone's way at the farmer's market...















Of course, it's not the same as when I lived here: I didn't bring my bike, so I couldn't ride around the lake when it was really sunny out after the farmer's market, and I don't really know very many people that still live in town...
Still, if there were a way that I could be happy professionally and live in Madison, I would be mighty tempted.

3 comments:

Christine said...

I think Madison is a great town, and perhaps the first town that I find great not because of the people that I knew there.

My ideal is Madison in California. Beaches and family close by in addition to year round awesome weather, and then Madison.

B said...

Christine is right. If I could sell my soul to earn the power to pick Madison up and drop it on the east coast of Florida, I'd would.

diggyG said...

According to a Czech biologist I met a few days ago Davis is like the Madison of the west coast. Is this true?