PALO ALTO - A HOME I ADORE
What is certain is that since I arrived in Palo Alto a lot has changed. Irresistibly hot blonde kale addicts taking surf boards from startup garages were expected. The "cool" was mostly imagined. I had to review my thoughts. Reality: People migrate-in (20 to 30 thousand arriving and leaving week day routines) texting non-stop, and so many of these seem unable to communicate beyond their phones.
I, at first, felt that I was in the wrong place. My mother said it was my fault. I was "in my cocoon". Yes I was. I was hiding from the rat race with hyped vaporware on the back of sad looking unicorns with funny names like MONEY and EGO. Yet NOT everything is fake in Palo Alto. In the months since I started to seek good people about town I am finding friends and have good results with my new venture: "A Blum Localization Services" in Palo Alto.
This is my home that I now adore.