On Friday morning, I signed a lease for an apartment in Brooklyn.
This explains, in part, my two week absence.
I’ll have more to say about all this later, including a lengthy and perhaps needlessly maudlin post about San Francisco. (I apologize in advance for any visceral fulminations. One doesn’t leave a city that one has lived in and loved for thirteen years with anything approaching ease.) But before I do, I’d like to once again greatly thank the guest bloggers who have been kind enough to step in as I continue this remarkably insane cross-country migration, as well as the kind people who have offered recommendations, kudos, plaudits, and all manner of positive juju. These are exciting times. More later.
Congratulations! And you seem to have done it in only one week, by my calculations.
You already signed a lease…fast work! Hope you love the place and that it’s fertile ground for Humanity Unlimited.
Congratulations! I will happily teach you how to pronounce all the street names so that nobody will know you weren’t born here.
Welcome! There’s always room for one more. And now you can join in our constant obsession over real estate that we’ll never own.
Welcome to the east, Ed! Congratulations on finding a place and signing a lease so quickly, not usually an easy accomplishment in NYC.
Congrats Ed! That reminds me, I owe you an email, sorry bud.
Although California will miss you.
Congrats on the big move, Ed!
congrats & welcome out East (she writes, from L.A.)… see you soon!
best of luck, dear ed!