I’m moving to a new house

I’ve lived in the same apartment since January 2009. That’s the longest I’ve lived in one place in my life (almost). Leaving is bitter-sweet. It has been home to the best years of my life. Gabi was pregnant with my first child when we moved in, and we are moving out with three children (who are in desperate need of more room to run). Goodbye house. Goodbye Parkcrest.

Front of house

I’ll have to say goodbye to this view…

day time view

…and this sunset.

night-time view

I look forward to sharing pictures of the new place once we get settled.

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  1. Jonathan Frei

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                January 1, 2015
    
    
    
    
        Fourteen things I’m thankful for from 2014
    
        2014 was a good year for me and my family. Here are a few of the reasons I’m thankful:
    

    Moved to a new home that suits our family perfectly (also thankful for our old place—filled with all the memories and good times, and which was perfect for us, up until we our latest edition to the team started crawling around underfoot)
    For friends who helped us move all our stuff to the new house and build the playground in the back yard for the kids
    Stared listening to music again with better sound equipment and the near limitless catalog of a premium Spotify subscription
    Started a fantastic new job at a great company, where I get to work with excellent co-workers
    Got to watch my baby girl learn to walk with my parents while they were visiting
    Getting to hear my middle child learn to talk (kid grammar is difficult to correct when it is especially cute—”Me love you!”).
    Seeing my wife expand her musical career into some exciting new areas and develop her Yoga skills
    Fort the writers, podcasters, comic book artists, and film makers that made this such an entertaining year
    For the businesses and people who make the products and services I enjoy
    For my new appreciation for Christmas music
    For getting to visit and reconnect with friends from college
    For having friends and family visiting us at our new home
    For another year of riding my bike (and now getting to ride with the whole family)
    For the opportunity to spend another year with my amazing family
    There was so much to be thankful for in 2014, and so much more to look forward to in 2015. I can’t wait to find out what exciting new adventures will make this new year special.

                        Jonathan Frei                   
    
    
    
    
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