I long to be at home wherever I find myself.

I’m the proud new resident of an apartment at the top of a three storey walk-up in Corydon Village.  I’ve subletted a small apartment with hardwood floors, massive windows and a teeny tiny kitchen.  It’s definitely nothing compared to my last apartment in London, but it will do the trick.  I’m looking forward to summer nights on Corydon’s patios, afternoons at Bread and Circuses, late Sunday brunch at the Falafel Place and riding my bike to work in under 15 minutes.

But I do miss my old home…

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