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December 20, 2009


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Edward M.

It was likely at the very moment she was unpacking the last box that I was wondering: When is she going to finally finish unpacking those damn boxes? What's the frequency, Kenneth? And, wrestling with the table monstrosity? -- folks, our Lindy is one helluva woman!

Lynn D.

Gorgeous! Happy Christmas, Lindy.


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Lynn D.

It is snowing to beat the band right now (rather unusual for this part of Oregon). My holly tree is covered in snow!


I've lived in a lot of places in my short 46 years: Seattle, NYC, New Hampshire, London, and I can truly say, with all honesty, that Pittsburgh is one of my favorites (and it IS my hometown). The new diggs are lovely. I just got back from one of my semi-annual trips to P'burgh and am never disappointed at the lovely architecture, history, rivers and bridges, and local flavor (despite the total transformation of certain commercial city streets to mall stores - RIP sad, sad Walnut St.) Happy for you to ring in the new year with your own beautiful piece of the 'burgh. I do miss the food posts though; so here's some digital salt over the door and broken bread crumb trails back to Toast.

Edward M.

Happy New Year to The One And Only Lindy, and to all those who have the good fortune to be her blogees!

Farmgirl Susan

Happy New Year, Lindy! Wishing you all the best in your fabulous new home. I'm so excited you were finally able to move into that wonderful building. Love the gorgeous winter view. Can't wait to see the new kitchen worktable. So where are the chickens going to live? ;) xoxo


A very Happy New Year to you too, DarLie.

Elizabeth, I really agree about Pittsburgh, and in addition to everything you mentioned, real estate has always been very reasonably priced here, especially when compared to other places where it is nice to live. And there is a ton of beautiful old housing stock. I could never afford anywhere this nice on my salary (which wouldn't be all that much more, as a civil servant) on either coast- or in otherwise loveable Chicago.

Lynn- Why does it not surprise me that you, too, have a holly tree? And aren't they looking fine in the snow?

Hi Susan! Regarding the chicken issue, I have left you a message on this tricky question at your own home blog- which, BTW, everyone who has not visited should go see.

Hello Edward, and a happy new year to you, kind sir!

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