|"Removals" in German, on the side of the moving truck|
|Moving day - camera didn't capture the falling snow!|
|Me and the kids at the dinosaur museum|
|Our house - front view|
|Our street, with our house on the corner and the park opposite|
|The canal, houseboats and windmill close by|
|Pepi's first day of school|
I have mixed feelings about having left Luxembourg. On the one hand, it's a small country and I had spend enough time there to get a feeling for the place and had travelled quite a bit both within the country and just over its' borders. I also feel like I was stuck in a bit of a rut in Luxembourg, as there isn't all that much to do and I had far too much free time on my hands, and spent far too much of that time just drinking. However, I miss my friends from there and while I do like the adventure of somewhere new, I really miss knowing my way around, having favourite places to go to and having good friends - in essence, I miss feeling really settled somewhere. Since I moved to Europe over a year ago the longest stretch of time I've spent anywhere was this 7 months in Europe, and I'm really starting to feel the urge to settle down and make a base for myself somewhere. I'm getting really sick of having the same conversation over and over and over again "who are you, where are you from, how long have you been here, what do you do".
|Inside the new house|
But, the last six weeks have been better, and I will post about what I've been up to soon, trying to get on top of things before some upcoming events that will make interesting blog posts - Queens Day here, and then trips to Poland, Portugal and Luxembourg.