Perfect. <br><br>The good news is that I found a buyer for my house in only 10 days. Went to contract last Friday. Assuming all goes well with inspections and their financing, etc., we'll close either end of June or July, and then it's back to NYC. YES!!! Gimme dat northern exposure. <br><br>Ironically, the buyers are from NYC. They lived only about 8 blocks from my apartment in Brooklyn!<br><br>
Never sat right with me, either. I moved down here for very specific and very personal reasons. And I did so with a "How bad can it really be?" attiutude. I guess I found out. <br><br>My daughter, who just a few months ago was as ready as I to go back to NY, has begun to form tight friendships with some of her classmates, and now wants to stay here. She's 12 in just a few days, and that's a tough age. The upside is she still has pals in NY, and has stayed in touch with them, so I know she'll be fine even if she denies it right now. I know she still misses things like the Museum of Natural History, skating at Wallman Rink in Central Park, the Xmas tree lighting at Rockefeller Center, and Brighton Beach and Coney Island (ahhh... the real Nathan's hotdogs). She'll be ok.<br><br>And of course, I'll be back in Advertising Central, where I can actually earn a living! <br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> I know she still misses things like the Museum of Natural History, skating at Wallman Rink in Central Park, the Xmas tree lighting at Rockefeller Center, and Brighton Beach and Coney Island (ahhh... the real Nathan's hotdogs). She'll be ok.<p><hr></blockquote><p>10-11-12 are such an adaptable ages. My borthers and I were around this age when we moved from the only home we'd ever known to a new town. It took us all of five minutes to get over it. <br><br>Like you said, once she gets back to the city ... <br><br>****************<br>
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