Hanging out with the dogs,
get some movies in,
the cat stole the turkey
as it cooled off.
I live in a zoo.
A quiet day for reflection
of those things I'm thankful for,
And some mandatory food induced
nap time on the couch.
I'm a product of suburbia.
Something that I haven't liked since...
And when it came time to buy a house. I wanted something 'in town' and
central to everything. Over the years I've reaped the benefits of
living in the city. Skip trying to find a parking place for anything
in town, just bike.
While walking the two blocks back home I wonder if my kids will want
the opposite. A ranch house out in the country? A 'new' house in some
nicely named subdivision? A place that doesn't embrace cycling? Where
every commute must be by car. Or will they want something that
represents how they grew up? I'm not sure.