Home Sweet Home

After 14 states checked off and almost 3700 miles driven, Matt and I arrived in Ithaca, NY to move in and start the school year.

home sweet homeI’d never even seen our new house or met our two other housemates before moving in, so I was a little nervous and a lot excited. Turns out I absolutely love the place. Our kitchen is huge, our enclosed back porch is a perfect hangout spot, and we’re tucked into a gorgeous forest area.

Most importantly, though, it feels like home.

Now that you’ve seen the destination, catch up on the journey:

  1. Cross-Country Road Trip in 9 Squares
  2. Craters of the Moon National Park
  3. I Fell in Love With Wyoming
  4. Yellowstone National Park
  5. 3 Reasons Why Air Bnb is a Traveler’s Best Friend
  6. Mount Rushmore: The Highlight of South Dakota?
  7. A Day in Minneapolis
  8. 7 New Ways to Pass the Time on Road Trips

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9 thoughts on “Home Sweet Home

  1. Aww, it looks so cute, Sabina! I love the bright yellow color. It’s wonderful when something feels like home and I’m so glad you’re new house does. Currently, my living situation in Thailand doesn’t feel like home yet…but I’m sure with time, it will.

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