City Girl Walking

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It’s move day! 

So it’s finally here! We have the keys to our new apartment and all of our stuff that’s been in storage for two months has come to join us in our new home!

Look at the beautiful park we have at the front! Unfortunately, I can hear a bit of building noise from the apartments going up across the way; I’m hoping it won’t get too intrusive… Fingers crossed.

Either way, right now I’m more than excited that we have our new home ready to make our own.

Here are a few pics of our empty, then box filled, abode!




We also received a beautiful welcome box from our new leasers – quite the contrast to the welcome we received in our London apartment!

How cute is this!

Updates to follow, but for now I’ll leave you with the keys to our new life!

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This entry was posted on June 19, 2015 by in america, apartment, City Life, Connecticut, decorating, Expat, furniture, home, life, lifestyle, stamford, Travel and tagged , , , , , .
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