Wednesday, February 27, 2008


I've hesitated to post about or even talk about our upcoming move because it has been such a roller coaster ride. Even now, two days before our planned move, I'm afraid that it isn't really going to happen. While I'd love to unload all of my frustrations now, I don't think it is wise to vent in such a public way. So, suffice it to say that it's been rough.

Now, let me tell you about our new place. I've been wanting to post about this forever and now that it looks like we really will be going there, I finally feel like I can talk about it. We are going to be moving to an apartment/hotel complex. It's called the Ezdan.

Let's start with externals. The buildings themselves are really cool. They look like upside down U's. Follow the link above to see an artist's rendering because they're really hard to describe. There is an outdoor swimming pool with two hot tubs. As well as a parking garage with plenty of spots for everyone in the building. When you walk into the lobby, you will immediately notice the beautiful floral arrangements. Then, you are greeted by a concierge staff. Also included are many hotel services such as spa, salon, fitness center, mini shop, restaurant, coffee shop, biweekly cleaning, and, my favorite part, a kids' club with trained nannies.

As far as the actual apartments, I plan to post more when I can show you pictures, but what I'm most looking forward to is the kitchen/dining room/living room. They are all one big room. I'll finally be able to get work done in the kitchen while the babies play without having to go into a different room and worry about every little noise they make. Maybe Brad will actually come home to some good meals for once instead of whatever I can throw together after the twins go to bed! Yay!

I gotta start packing....

1 comment:

Lori - The Simple Life at Home said...

Good luck with your move! Hopefully once you settle in to your new home, life will be smoother. It is nice to have a "great room" where everyone is all together, especially with little ones.

Hope your new place becomes "home" quickly!