I know our time together is almost up, so I just wanted to say thank you. These past two years have not been easy. But I have acquired a whole host of opportunities I would never have been presented with in my hometown. I’ve visited places I never thought I’d see, had my writing recognized by the BBC, met people who have shaped my life and changed it for good. There’s no easy way to say this, so I’m doing what I do best and hiding behind my words. I’m feeling pulled back home. Seattle is where I need to be next year, so it’s where I’m going.
I want you to know, London, that this is the hardest decision I’ve ever made in my life. You’ve made this place the best home I could have asked for. I wouldn’t trade this experience for anything.
I am leaving with new passions, amazing stories to tell, and a total thing for British accents. And this isn’t goodbye forever. When people ask where I’m from, you’ll be as much part of the answer as Seattle. Because London is where I learned and changed almost as much in the last two years as I did in the previous fifteen.
P.S. I’m sorry for all the cliches
P.P.S. I’m sorry