Our little bungalow is pretty cute. We have roses, a 2 car garage, and a double bed in the basement (for you!). Built in 1918, our tiny house is full of the charm and quirks that an almost-century-old home can boast.
Although, the most exciting thing about our new place is the location. We are so very close to Landon's school, and a straight shot up the canyons to rock climbing, hiking, backpacking and skiing.
Starbucks is within walking distance from my house. Except now that we are in Salt Lake City, there are many more local places to choose from. I have been trying to do most of my consumption at local places, and I love it. Landon and I went to Sugar House Coffee Thursday night. We got there around 10:45 at night and the place was still bustling, as well as the streets and the pub next door. I have loved being in a culture full of young people and active people out and about thoughout the day and into the night. It reminds me of college, actually. I am hoping that we will be able to get involved in this community easier. I am very excited for the farmer's market which starts this week!
We still are surrounded by boxes, and although we are sleeping like rocks, we have found our bodies aching and tired for many days.
On that note, a guy took the liberty of guessing my age the other day. and guessed wrong. maybe my body acts/looks older than it actually is.