- my oven runs hot (tragic Easter weekend apple cake disappointment);
- I can fill 6 kitchen drawers in a flash, even when I made do with 2 mini-drawers for 2 years;
- stopping on the way home from work for ingredients here isn't nearly as convenient as there;
- we don't know all the weeknight specials at the good bars/restaurants yet.
I do apologize for the poor photography effort. In the mess of moving boxes and renovation materials, we couldn't find the camera, so this was taken on my phone. No worries, the camera has now been found...hanging on a dining room chair. Oops.
But in all seriousness, I do miss the city, and although I'm getting there, I just don't feel "at home" in our new town yet. Its still a recent change, I'm not disappointed or sad, I'm just surprised that I didn't slip back into suburban life as quickly or easily as I thought I would. I am thrilled though, that I was able to successfully bring another piece of our old home into our new home. That's what matters, right? Not the house itself, but what makes the house a home.
I do hope to be back on a more regular basis now...we'll see how that goes.