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I was getting used to the four hour round trip commute from Jersey everyday so I decided to change things up a bit and move to New York.  We found a place on Long Island that fits our needs to a T.  Three bedrooms total with two upstairs and one downstairs.  The upstairs has the kitchen, main living room, a full bath, and a den type area.  Downstairs is another bedroom, living area, full bath, and utility room with washer & dryer.  The downstairs also has hookups available for a second kitchen if we wanted, but I don't think we are going to invest in a second set of major appliances at this point.  The place is newly renovated with hardwood floors all throughout the upstairs and wall to wall carpet downstairs.  The bathrooms have new tiles and fixtures.  Not much else we could really ask for at this point.  Lauren and I were both amazed it was still available, but I guess sometimes things just work out.

Anyway, my new commute is much shorter than my previous one.  I can make it from Massapequa to Penn Station in about thirty five to forty minutes.  I still have to take the subway to get to a lot of clients, but at the end of the day life is looking up.  I may actually get some time to spend with my family in the evenings, which is entirely the point of this shift in my nomadic pattern.

Regardless.  You don't care. Why would you? I wouldn't if I were in your position.  I owe you an article about Lambda Expressions/Anonymous Methods as part of my ongoing series on LINQ.  You'll get it.  You'll get it soon.

Posted on Monday, November 26, 2007 8:40 PM Daily Grind | Back to top

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