Officially situated

February 1, 2010 at 11:01 PM 1 comment

I finally moved into my new place this afternoon. It’s been an exhausting day of running errands and waiting in lines, but its an amazing feeling to have your own place to retreat back to. I know there is probably some party I should be at, but unfortunately after sleeping on hard mattresses (generally placed on the ground) and couches for the past 3 weeks, my comfy new bed is too attractive an offer to pass up. I only have classes on Wednesday and then Thursday morning this week, so I need to save up my energy for the fantastic weekend I have ahead of me visiting my future roomie in Paris! After that its back to class, and then a weekend in Amsterdam. Life is good.

My cozy room, all set up. Still needs to be decorated a bit though! Not pictured is a huge wardrobe and lots more shelving space.


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  • 1. Rajasekaran  |  February 4, 2010 at 12:56 PM

    Shifting living spaces may difficult in first time.I experienced while I went to study at college degree.Later that will become enjoyable.


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