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Sorry for the long delayed update. reveilles and I moved from Natick to Ashland a few weeks ago and things are finally beginning to calm down. I liked our apartment, but I'm amazed at how much quieter it is in our townhouse now that we don't have people living above us or walking up and down the stairs outside our door.

Laundry now takes longer than before (our apartment had more washers and dryers, so we could parallelize more), but it seems like less work now since we don't have to go outside to do it.

Based on my experience with having a garage when it's raining, I think I'm going to be really grateful to have a garage once it starts snowing.
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Date:August 23rd, 2008 09:09 pm (UTC)
Though you can't parallel the laundry, this is made up for the first time you put clothes in the dryer, look at a clock and go, "we have to be in $PLACE_THAT_IS_N_MINUTES_AWAY in (N-10) minutes!!" and you realise that you can just leave the laundry there and all you have to do is 'wrinkle release' it when you get back.

Also, I can never live above or below someone again.
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Date:August 23rd, 2008 11:11 pm (UTC)
Congrats on the new digs!

And start a countdown to see how long until the garage is no longer navigable due to stored items. This will happen, law of the universe. :-D

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Date:August 24th, 2008 05:00 pm (UTC)
The townhouse we live in has a limited amount of outdoor parking. If we will up the garage, we'll have to get rid of one car. We really can't afford to fill up the garage.
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Date:August 24th, 2008 11:47 pm (UTC)

Enjoy your new home!

Garages for cars are great! We don't have to shovel snow, but not having 100 degree heat beating in is also a good reason for a garage.
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