Moving in

Moving into a new place is always filled with great adventures and many trips down various aisles of places like Walmart and Lowes. But I live in the Middle East. We don’t have Walmarts or Lowes. What we do have are amazing furnished apartments like mine. This cozy little two bedroom flat boasts a tiny balcony that overlooks the dirty alley with an extra broken washing machine. It has a lovely little kitchen with mismatched plates with various type of gold flowers painted on them. The spacious living area has a set of couches that are completely unique: medium brown with sideways orange tulips. But the real clincher are the goat skins. Because what apartment wouldn’t be complete without SIX smelly, ratty goat skins adorning the floor?

So, where do you suppose I find the store that sells tools? Or irons? Or…

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