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Falling in love

Loving your new city is not automatic; your tendency is to stay loyal to your old habitat. You resist your own urges to acclimate to your new environs. 203 more words

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Tonight, tonight

We moved in a week ago Tuesday. Adam was on vacation from work until two days ago, when he returned to the job that takes him far away four days a week. 116 more words

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Not settling -- settling in

It seemed like a longshot, but in our brand new house, in our brand new city, in our brand new state, we are starting to settle in. 122 more words

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This is Why We're Fat, Pt. 9

As I wait with an elderly couple for the elevator, which will escort me to the hotel lobby for my free breakfast of eggs, biscuits and gravy, sausage, bacon and pretty much anything else I want, I realize it will probably be quicker (and, hastily dressed at 8 a.m., less socially uncomfortable) to take the stairs. 436 more words

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Taking the road more traveled.

I didn’t think about the return journey until I had arrived at my destination; if I had, I would’ve probably re-thought the entire scooter trip. Because it was surprisingly, mercifully easy to make that quarter-mile, downhill leg on the blessedly empty four-lane road, turning right both onto and off of the normally busy 50-mph road… but once I was at the library, I wasn’t entirely certain how I’d get  244 more words

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