I'm sitting at our new (to us) desk in our bright bedroom. It is simple and light in here, not many items yet. Sunshine is dancing on the white surface of the desk, leaves from trees casting their shadows. The taste of the coffee I'm drinking is reminiscent of Honduras itself, where it originated from: a bit muddy, out of the ordinary, not what I'm used to, but delicious and endearing in its own way.
We are still, slowly, making our apartment feel like home. Trying not to break the bank as we purchase items needed to feel normal, like a couch. It's a small space, but 20 miles down the river folks are living in 90 square feet, so I'm not complaining. I like it here in Nyack very much. I like the fact we can take the train into New York City for the afternoon (still have yet to do it). I really like the fact I've seen my family twice in the past three weeks. I'm happy because Luke loves his job here. As for me, I'm off to an interview at 1. What I'd like to do with myself is still sort of beyond me, but this particular interview is at a bakery and I know I would enjoy that. We shall see.
I'm sorry it's been so long since I've updated. We finally just got internet in our apartment yesterday, so I'm looking forward to sharing with you the goings-on of our life! Bear with me. :)