It was one of those viewings that leaves you even more confused and undecided than you were before seeing it.
I loved it, but did i love it enough? It wasn't perfect, but is anything ever perfect?
The kitchen was so beautiful, but with a lot less cupboard space than we have now. There were more rooms, and bigger rooms, but the bedroom was kinda small. There was no balcony, but a pretty great backyard... confusing stuff.
I don't know, and i'm gonna need to think about this some more. Allan too.
And can i just say that i hate the fact that being so desperate to move as i am, makes it impossible for me to see things for what they really are? I just want this, and i want it now, and i am beyond sick of people telling me that "these things take the time they need to take, and before you know it the right place will just magically appear and be worth the wait"... thanks, but i am familiar with all the cliche's and i don't need to hear them again.
I have been very patient and i have been sensible. Now i'm over it, and i want the next chapter to begin already.
Enough angry ranting, it's probably just rain and a serious lack of caffeine making me cranky!
In more awesome news, my etsy shop is finally having a January sale!
Most items (except really new ones) are on sale, many at almost half price.
So please go check it out, and feel free to tweet or post a link or whatever if you wanna be extra sweet.
Etsy shop on the shop computer... no, it's not really that dark in here, but it's damn close
This little dude is 40% off this month
I think another thing that really bothers me about this whole apartment hunting thing ( i guess i wasn't quite done ranting) is how little i am going to get out of my money and efforts in this city.
Let me explain; every day i see pictures on my friends blogs and instagrams of the places they live. Some in warmer climates and some in cold ones like mine, but so many of them live in or around beauty. Lakes, mountains, forests, open spaces, clear skies. And that's just the ones who live close to the country. There are city dwellers too, of course, but even they have more spacious, more awesome apartments that cost less than half the price of mine, in far more interesting places than what i'm striving for. Which is just plain Nørrebro, Copenhagen.
Rent in Copenhagen is so, so high, and apartments in the city cost a fortune, and for what?
A better spot in a city i don't even love that much?
Some days i truly feel that the only reason i live here is because i happened to be born here, and just stuck around.
I'm telling you, if it wasn't for our wonderful and finally finished shop, i'm not sure i'd stick around much longer.