Jul 30, 2011

Park Slope-original home of the Brooklyn Dodgers

Just when we'd basically hit our breaking point of a. being apart and b. having basically every part of our life an big unknown right now, Regan found us a place to live! Isn't it amazing how one piece of progress can change everything? Phew. So it's in Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York, New York. That's probably not how you write that. And I keep calling the subway the metro. I've got a lot to learn. Anyway, Regan knows how to sell me on a place because the first thing he sent me about the area was the "Baseball History" blurb from the wikipedia page. I'm a sucker for baseball. Especially from way back then. Anyway, our street looks like this:
And we have an intercom to buzz people up. And a ceiling fan. And a costco 2.2 miles away. And a Target 1.3 miles away. (Just ya know, for when I need a familiar face.) So I'm sold.

10 comments:

Siouxzy said...

Yay! It looks awesome.

Rachel Anderson Smith said...

It looks so cute, you will have so much fun living there!

shayna said...

I couldn't be happier. Honestly, I almost feel like I found an apartment because you found one. Can you send me some pictures please? right away?

Sarah said...

I'm so happy for you! Looks way nice! Can't wait to visit!

Patrice Pedersen said...

Happy day, it's great how things always seem to work out.

Annie said...

OH!!! I'm so so so so happy to hear this! What a relief! :) Looks AMAZING! I will be coming to visit cuz I miss you already! :)

Veronica said...

This is weird because Kyle and I were talking about the Brooklyn Dodgers all day yesterday, and we never do that.

hanner said...

yayyy! how exciting. btw in an email with chris crosby about you guys moving out there and us having other friends to stay with he said (and i quote) "We will chicken fight Kate and Regan for that honor. And we shall win." haha.

elizabeth said...

cool! my students say that park slope is a very trendy place to live. so good job regan. what i love is it seems impossible to say brooklyn without a new york accent.

rachel kirk peterson said...

how fun! i would love to move there...