Germany, specifically Berlin, had many of the things that we most wanted in a place to live: dense, urban, walkable neighborhoods, affordable, high-quality public education and health care, good public transit (this is a massive understatement); and a growing emphasis on sustainable, person-centered, development.. Continue reading We moved to Berlin
By the time I publish this post, our 1952 brick ranch on a busy Decatur corner will belong to someone else.
We have lived here for 12 years – longer than I have lived in any one place my entire life. We moved in with two cats, a toddler and a newborn and are leaving with two dogs, a teenager and an almost-teen.
I would be lying if I said that we never thought we’d move. We never really planned for this to be our “forever home.”
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