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Settling in

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by Emma Elwin on 2 November, 2016

Emma is getting used to life in the 'burbs – and liking it.

So the first thing I realized when opening my computer yesterday was that we don’t have any internet. Duuuuhh! Of course we don’t, I don’t know how I didn’t think about that? Right now I am using my phone which is SO slow because of bad reception. It don’t know if it’s the fresh air or lack of wifi but I really feel at peace here.

So just a few quick updates. One: I LOVE LIVING HERE. Two: DYLAN LOVES IT TOO, he’s been shining like the sun since we moved in. Three: the stairs are looking smashing since we painted them light grey, I’ll show you a picture soon. The other very important update in my life is that I LOVE our new supermarket that feels like an airport, their organic food section is as big as our old store – this is totally the way to my heart. I think I am liking suburban life so far!


1 Comment

Chantal Perin: Great ! I'm so happy for you for you and your little family. Living so near the nature will make you happy each day and more and more yourself. I've been thinking of your moving these days and I'm glad to read so good news.
November 3, 2016

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