Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
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Wheeeeee I'm going to move house

I haven't liked to say anything here until the landlord got back to confirm it, just in case of the jinx effect, but Mike and I looked at a place last Thursday which we decided suited us, and we'll be moving in on the 17th March (well, and at least a few days thereafter).

It's just off Staffordshire Street, behind the Man on the Moon pub, so spitting distance from the Grafton Centre, town, the station and work, without being too much further from friends in the north of Cambridge. It's unfurnished and recently decorated, with a lovely kitchen, big lounge and two large double bedrooms and we're just really excited about it and can't wait to move in together.

Squee!

Tags: house, life, love
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