Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Not Your Average Parking Lot


This morning I made a quick trip to get groceries for Christmas Eve and Day. Yes, that's right, QUICK. 

Look at the view from the parking lot...

"Toto, I have a feeling we're not in Moscow anymore..."


p.s. I loooooooooooooooooooooooooooove Target!

9 comments:

The Expatresse said...

Plus, don't you love how B I G American parking places are? I am amazed every summer when I go home. But Central Ohio does not have view like that from the Target parking lot (although I share your love of Target. it IS the best, isn't it.)

Tami said...

Its amazing how we take the little things for granted, like big parking lots and awesome mountain views. I've been here four months now and I'm already forgetting how awesome that view is.

Annie said...

I can't remember where you are, but it looks like Boulder, Colorado where I grew up!

julz said...

It must feel good to be home if only for a bit! I am pretty sure I won't make it to Russia to teach next year, so I will have to live through you and your gals!

Margarita said...

Hi, I just started reading your blog, and there were a couple things I was curious about, I don't know if you explained this in an older post or not,

Why did you want to move to Moscow, what were the deciding factors? How did you go about doing it? I mean, did you have to get a visa, or what? If you could answer these in a post it would be greatly appreciated.

Jojo, Julz, Jules said...

Hello again,
I am Julz, julianne, jojo. (I set up several blogs before I figured it out) Anyway, I hope you don't mind, but I added your blog to my blog. I love your stories! Can't wait for you to get back to Moscow!

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year!
с новым годом !
Olga

cathy said...

I have been reading your blog for a few years now, I am finally going to comment. I just want to say how much I enjoy reading about your adventures and frustrations. I too was an expat and I completely understand about much of what you write about. You were very inspiring when I was living abroad, and I hope you continue to share your stories with not only your family and friends, but others who truly enjoy reading about life outside the states. Have a wonderful holiday, and I look forward to reading more when you return 'home!!'

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