Thursday, December 8, 2011

the south is calling us back

We'll be back on Magazine St. in January! 

We were lucky to get an apartment in the same building we were in last time!  The kids are so excited to see the neighbor children again, as well as the horses, the street cars, the museums!  As challenging as it is packing up again, returning to a familiar place makes all of the difference in the world.  

I have two sets of beautiful, quality postcards I'd like to give away in honor of our next move (only 2 months this time).  Each set with 6 different photos taken during our time in New Orleans earlier this year.   Leave a comment if you would like them.  I'll choose two winners randomly on Saturday.


demie said...

oh! its so much work moving .... but certainly easier to move to a place one is familiar with : )

i`d love to get some of your postcards : )

enjoy your day

Maria said...

Yes I 'd like to have your postcards...
Could you sent me your adress if it is not the same I already have here into my mail box please?

Ariane Reichardt said...

Its NOLA?!
Oh, dear Rachel, that sounds wonderful...
And: I'd love to get your postcards with images from there, of course!

See you next weekend with 'rush' - I'm glad!


Patrice A. said...

a package of postcards from you
of course I would love that!

besides that
when will you be moving again?
and could you please send me
your address via my email
I would love to send you a letter
or something....

Patrice A.

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

how many comments can i leave, love? are there any windows or porches in there? oh my.
back to nola...
you guys!!

lamediterrània said...

Of course I'd like to get one, but I'd feel a bad person because I still haven't sent you back my correspondance to the seaglass. I'm looking for something special, but it's getting hard to find it.

Going back to old houses... sounds so exciting. I used to live in a flat until I was 11 years old, so I spent my whole childhood in there. Then I moved to my current house and we sold the flat. Last year we bought it back, and we went there to clean and rent it.
The feeling of being there was goosefleshing. I loved thinking of all the things I lived there, and me and my sisters were amazed. I remember I cried, not because I wanted to go back there to live, but because of the mixture of nostalgia and happiness everyting together.

You've lived in many different places and houses, so you probably experience that feeling quite often.
Good luck and love for the new adventure!

Ansku said...

I'm so excited for you guys! And I can't wait to see and read all about it. I loved all the pictures you posted back then. Oh, and the thought of the kids seeing their friends again is so heartwarming! <3

annie said...

Did I mention I love your glasses and haircut. New Orleans sounds an exciting place to be stopping for a while. Your kids must love all the new places!

Lil Muse Lily said...

i knew it would be nola!!! that is great.

and yes, i would love to win the cards.