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Places I’ve Called ‘Home’

by Meghann on March 5, 2011

It’s moving day!

While we’re hauling boxes up and down stairs, I thought you would enjoy this look back at the places I’ve called ‘home’ the past 26 years.

My First Home

  • Years: 1985 – 1987
  • Location: Port St John, Florida
  • Layout: No idea! Before I can remember. πŸ™‚
  • Roommates: Mom, Dad, & Josh

This was more my parents’ first home than mine. I know very little about it besides the fact that my Dad left the stove on one morning and almost burnt the place down. My Mom awoke to smoke and quickly grabbed her sleeping newborns before hauling butt out the door. Thankfully everything ended up being ok. πŸ™‚


Childhood Home

  • Years: 1987 – 1999
  • Location: Titusville, FL
  • Layout: Three Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms, 1600 sq ft, SIX people!
  • Roommates: Mom, Dad, Josh, Kelly, & Ben (’89)

My parents’ built my childhood home while they were expecting Kelly. At the time it was going to be temporary because of the growing size of their family, but they ended up loving the neighborhood so much we stayed for 12 years.


The house was tiny! Kelly and I shared a small room. Ben and Josh shared a small room. And the four of us shared a tiny bathroom at the back of the house. I hated sharing a room growing up, I loved my sister, but we were constantly fighting and bickering.


The house sat in a suburban neighborhood and had a huge lake in the back yard. It was really the ideal neighborhood to grow up in because the street was full of kids my age. There was a group of us that would always be riding bikes, playing street hokey, flashlight tag, truth or dare, etc. I hated being inside because it was so much fun to play outside with my friends!


Eventually we outgrew the house and moved out. Slowly all of my neighborhood friends followed suit. It’s sad that none of us did a great job of catching up. I miss them sometimes.


High School

  • Year: 1999 – 2003 (present)
  • Location: Titusville, FL
  • Layout: Five Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms, Two stories
  • Roommates: Mom, Dad, Josh, Kelly, & Ben

My parents purchased their current house when I was a freshmen in high school. It was almost three times the size of the house we were living in at the time and for the first time ever (including those 9 months in the womb!) I had my own room. MY OWN ROOM!


Every little girl who shares a room with her sister dreams of the day when she will have a room of her own. πŸ™‚ I loved having my own room and never, ever took it for granted! The room was located on the opposite end of the house from my siblings’ rooms and I ended up having my own bathroom too. The only trade off was a smaller closet, which I learned to live with.


The new house was in a different school zone than our previous house, so sophomore year I had to switch high schools. It was scary leaving all of my friends I had grown up with, but it was also exciting to be starting somewhere new.


My parents’ house is the perfect house for a big family. It has a great big room in the back with a pool table (and what used to be a fooseball and air hockey table) that was perfect for parties. Somehow my friends would always end up at my house when there was nothing else to do in town.

Freshmen Dorm

  • Year: Fall ’03- Spring ’04
  • Location: Sally Hall, Florida State University
  • Layout: Suite style dorm with two bedrooms, four girls, and one bathroom
  • Roommates: Becca, Jessica, and Erin (all randoms!)

I thought I knew what I was getting myself into when I moved into the dorms freshmen year of college. Turns out I didn’t know anything.

Truth is this was my first time living away from home and I had a lot of growing up to do. My roommates had no problem setting me straight on certain issues and though I spent the first couple of weeks in tears, it was good for me to hear it all. My roommates were all amazing and I was thankful to have them.


The dorm never really felt like ‘home.’ Instead it was more like camp. The quarters were cramped, it was hard to eat real meals, and we had thermostat wars with our neighbors. It was a once in a lifetime experience that I’m glad I had and really makes me appreciate the apartment living styles that followed that much more.


First Off Campus Housing

  • Year: Fall ’04 – Summer ’05
  • Location: Off Campus Apartments, Tallahassee
  • Layout: Two bedroom, two bathroom apartment
  • Roommate: Jordan (friend from high school)

I loved this little apartment! It was on the first floor of the first building of the complex and was really easy to give people directions to. Rent was also really cheap. I believe we each paid $380 and that covered everything.


However, parking at this particular complex sucked! There were maybe one or two visitor spots and they were always full! My Mom was towed from the complex once as well as a couple of my friends.


This was my first real apartment. Jordan and I were so excited when we were apartment hunting and even brought both of our Mom’s up to check the place out before we signed the lease. We opted for the unfurnished option to save $100 a month on rent (most college apartments come furnished for $$). Our furniture consisted of hand me downs and random objects I stole from my room at home.


This will always remain the party apartment in my head. I had a long single stretch sophomore year and was going out three times a week (or more!) with Jordan and our friend Emily. We had some good times!


As great of friends as Jordan and I were, we weren’t great roommates. We spent more time fighting than being friends, so at the end of our lease we decided to part ways.


Junior Year Living

  • Year: Fall ’05 – Summer ’06
  • Location: Off Campus Apartments, Tallahassee
  • Layout: Four bedroom, Four bathroom apartment
  • Roommates: Erin, Ashley, Ebony

Junior year I moved with my freshmen suitemate (Erin) into a four bedroom furnished apartment right down the street from campus. Since it was just the two of us we opted for random roommates to fill the other two spots and, oddly enough, one of those randoms, Ashley, was a girl I went to high school with. Small world.


Erin and I made really good roommates. I think we were just different enough to make it work. I still consider her one of my best friends today. πŸ™‚

The apartment was your typical college living apartment with cheap functional furniture, an overflowing fridge, and a balcony that overlooked someone else’s balcony.


This was the same year my sister started at FSU and I would have her and her roommate over once a week for dinner. I LOVED cooking for them!


A few months into living in this apartment Erin started to get really sick. Turns out we had a mold problem that was bothering her ability to breathe and talk. She brought her parents in to battle with the complex, but since we had already resigned a lease for the next year the best they could do was move us to another apartment in the same complex for the start of the new school year.


The complex never really believed we had mold and ended up moving another group of girls into our old apartment. Months later we discovered the girl that had Erin’s old room was having the same health problems as Erin! The complex ended up blaming us for feeding the girl our horror stories and the whole things turned into one big mess.


Senior Apartment

  • Year: Fall ’06 – Summer ’07
  • Location: Off Campus Apartments, Tallahassee
  • Layout: Four bedroom, Four bathroom apartment
  • Roommates: Erin, Alyssa, Shauna

Senior year Erin and I stayed in the same complex, but moved a few buildings over to the first floor (Woop! Woop!) Our friend Shauna moved in with us and we ended up with a random (Alyssa) who was a really easy going roommate.


We loved throwing group parties (err… our version of ‘parties’) at this apartment. We did a College Thanksgiving (I made a turkey!), a Easter Celebration, and a Graduation Party.


I graduated in May of ’07 and decided to stay in Tallahassee at the apartment while I looked for a job and figured out what to do with life after graduation. I ended up finding a job in Tallahassee that July and had a couple of weeks to find an apartment.

Last year in Tallahassee

  • Year: Fall ’07 – Summer ’08
  • Location: Tallahassee
  • Layout: Three bedroom, Three bathroom townhouse
  • Roommates: Heather, A girl I can’t remember her name (?)

I found my final Tallahassee apartment off of craigslist. The girl who lived there was connected to my friend Emily and her Dad owned it. It was three bedrooms, but the owner was offering individual leases for each bedroom that included everything. It was my first time actually paying for an apartment on my own and it sounded like a deal to me.

(The only photos I have of this apartment are of Abbie with the apartment in the background)


What sounded like a deal at the time ended up being a HORRIBLE living situation. The girl who was there when I moved in, moved out after a couple of months and I ended up having the entire townhouse to myself for a while (and was still only paying for the one room!). Then another girl moved in for a while and moved out. And then another. I never got along with any of the girls and would avoid them when I was there.


My ex and I brought a new puppy (Abbie :)) into the apartment that Fall. Abbie ended up making my fragile relationship with my landlord worse. Anyone who is training a puppy knows how crazy they can be. Abbie would whine in her crate and wake my roommate up. She would constantly call her Dad (my landlord) to complain and all of a sudden I wasn’t allowed to have a dog in the apartment anymore. It was a constant battle over Abbie, which I know was partly my fault, but I wasn’t giving Abbie up without a fight!


At the end of the year I was never more happy to leave an apartment as I was to leave that place!

On My Own in Orlando

  • Year: Fall ’08 – Spring ’11
  • Location: Orlando
  • Layout: One bedroom, One bathroom apartment
  • Roommates: Abbie (until August 09 πŸ™ ), Maddie (Aug ’09 – Present)

And here we are – back at the present.


I actually moved home for a little bit after I left Tallahassee. I didn’t start apartment hunting until I landed my job in Orlando and then I specifically looked at locations that were a minimal driving distance from the office.


I found my apartment on a whim. Kelly, Anthony, and I went apartment hunting on a random weekday and saw three or four complexes that had a gazillion fees and were $$. Our method of hunting involved driving from complex to complex on a stretch of road I liked. We turned into my current complex, but discovered it was a privately owned condo community. However, they had a book of flyers for owners who were looking for tenants.


My apartment was buried in the back. I found the flyer, called the number, and drove to the back to meet Emily (the owner) for a quick tour. Her and her husband had just purchased a big house for their growing family (can you believe they lived in my apartment with a newborn for a few months before moving out?!) and weren’t prepared to sell their condo in the down market.


The apartment was perfect. I loved everything about it (there was even a doggie door to the balcony!) and what they were asking seemed reasonable. I wanted to sign the lease immediately, but another person had already submitted an application for a lease. I was bummed, but a couple of days later I got a call that the other applicant had fallen through and the place was mine!


I moved in without any furniture at first ( my Dad was out of town and I had already started my job) and slept on a blow up mattress with Maddie for the first week. Once the furniture was moved in I spent no time making the place my own. It was my first time truly living on my own and I loved every minute of it.


I’m really going to miss living by myself. It was an adventure I’m so thankful I had the chance to experience. No roommates. No parents. Just my little jack russell and me. I wouldn’t trade any of it for a second.

The Future

Now, I’m on to my next home and my next adventure. I’m moving in with a boy, I’m taking on the project of redecorating, and I’m starting out in a brand new city all over again.

Only time will tell where this new adventure will lead!

1 Kristy @ KristyRuns March 5, 2011 at 9:40 am

Fun post! I’ve never lived on my own, which I think would be a neat experience. Good luck moving today! Derek will be a great roommate!
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2 Alaina March 5, 2011 at 9:40 am

What a fun trip down memory lane! I used to have boy bands plastered on my wall too. πŸ˜‰

Good luck with the new living situation!
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3 Ali @ Ali Runs March 5, 2011 at 9:47 am

I loved this post! πŸ™‚ It’s so funny to see how everyone growing up in the early-mid 90’s had very similar rooms to what mine looked like. I know I had Spice Girls & other boy band posters all over my room. I can’t believe you had so many roomates throughout the years. Can’t wait to hear about how the move went! Good luck!
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4 Semisweet Courtney March 5, 2011 at 9:48 am

This was such a great post! πŸ™‚ I love that baby picture, you were such a cute baby!!
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5 jen @ taste life March 5, 2011 at 9:50 am

I loved reading all of that! It makes me think back on my own living experiences…living with roommates can really, really stink! I have lived with my boyfriend for the past four years and we make great roommates πŸ™‚

Good luck with your move!
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6 kalli March 5, 2011 at 9:51 am

what an exciting time for you meghan! and you are right it has been so good for you to live on your own! enjoy this new adventure and next step in your life!
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7 Laura March 5, 2011 at 9:54 am

I love the Hanson posters in your childhood bedroom! Good luck and congrats on the move πŸ™‚

8 Ben March 5, 2011 at 11:08 pm

Fun Fact. Meghann was obsessed with hanson

9 Laura March 5, 2011 at 11:33 pm

Funner fact. I still am! Their newest Cd, Shout It Out, is awesome and this is coming from a 27 year-old grad student who loves Led Zeppelin, Radiohead, and any other obviously non-pop band. Check ’em out
(and yes, that’s Weird Al rocking out on the tambourine).
And, if you love Crosby, Stills, and Nash’s “Teach Your Children” check out their version:

10 Shelley March 6, 2011 at 6:57 am

I still am! Well, the obsession has dwindled but they are still my favourite band πŸ™‚ Was a kick to see those old posters!
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11 Mimi March 5, 2011 at 10:05 am

I love the look back at all your homes! I can relate to some of the roommate issues, but I still (optimistically) say it’s all part of the learning experience.

I’ll be following in your steps in a few months as I move in with a boy β€”Β Although by that time, he’ll be my hubby!
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12 rebecca lustig March 5, 2011 at 10:22 am

Wow, crazy to look back on it all, no? Got me wanting to do the same, but I”ll probably cry and play Michael Buble’s “Home” hahah

Haev a fantastic Saturday love πŸ™‚

13 Faith @ lovelyascharged March 5, 2011 at 10:24 am

This was awesome to read! Just last weekend I moved to Orlando, into my own first “on my own” place. I love it too! Can’t wait to see where your new place takes ya!
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14 Michelle... March 5, 2011 at 10:27 am

Fun post; I may have to borrow the idea!

Good luck with the move, I’ll be doing the same in a few months, though the closest I’ll possibly be to where I am now is about 250 miles!

I have on fun fact the four places places I’ve rented: the addresses have all ended in the number 6.
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15 Courtney March 5, 2011 at 10:33 am

that was such a fun post! Good luck with the move!
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16 Kathleen @ KatsHealthCorner March 5, 2011 at 10:41 am

I love the Tweetie Bird Posters! πŸ˜€ They remind me of my Grandmother’s Cat named Sylvester! πŸ˜€
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17 Stacey March 5, 2011 at 10:47 am

Good luck with the move!!!

18 Alicia March 5, 2011 at 11:07 am

Great post!!! πŸ™‚
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19 Annette @ EnjoyYourHealthyLife March 5, 2011 at 11:11 am

what a great post!! fun to look down memory lane πŸ™‚

20 G March 5, 2011 at 11:18 am

Love love love this post!!! I love looking at old photos and reminiscing about the good old days! And I hear ya with the roomate problems… It’s one thing to be friends with somebody and another to actually live with them…

21 Kerry March 5, 2011 at 11:29 am

Your walls as a kid were AWESOME! Someone loved Hanson πŸ™‚ I was telling one of my friends last night that I was like ughh when a Bieber song came on, then I remembered that I probably swooned myself every time a boy band song came on!
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22 Christine March 5, 2011 at 11:35 am

It took my sister and I years to recover from sharing a room!
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23 Richelle March 5, 2011 at 11:49 am

Good luck with the move and starting over in a new city!
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24 Nina @ Nina's Nibbles March 5, 2011 at 11:58 am

I loved this post! It made me miss college life and home. Thanks for sharing!
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25 Silvina March 5, 2011 at 12:16 pm

Great post! Thanks for taking us along your journey πŸ˜‰

26 Fit Chick Britt March 5, 2011 at 12:23 pm

Really enjoyed reading this post! I grew up with 3 other siblings with only 3 bedrooms for us to share. I was the middle child that always had to share a bedroom. I eventually roomed with each of them and then finally got my own room when my sister left for college when I was in the 9th grade. I had some crazy roommate experiences once I went to college too!
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27 Michelle March 5, 2011 at 12:24 pm

Good luck with your move — and living with a boy πŸ™‚

I lived in Smith Hall freshman year at FSU. I look back in horror at the living situation, but it was one of the best years of my life! I think they renovated Sally before you started there. At least I hope they did! It was SCARY in ’96-97.
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28 Meghann March 7, 2011 at 9:40 am

My sister lived in Smith Hall! Sally wasn’t bad at all, I preferred the suite style rooms over the communal bathrooms in Smith or Kellum. πŸ™‚

29 Maggie March 5, 2011 at 12:37 pm

I loved this recap! I don’t know if it’s because I live in NYC where the apartment market is so crazy or if I’m just a voyeur, but I love seeing where people live and hearing about their living situations.
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30 Jillian @ Reshape Your Life March 5, 2011 at 12:42 pm

You’ve lived in a lot of places! I really wish I had gotten the chance to “live on me own” I always had a roommate… But I also couldn’t afford to live on my own either.

You must be so excited about your new adventure though! It’s a whole new chapter in your life! I’m so happy for you!
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31 Becca@Start Over From Scratch March 5, 2011 at 1:06 pm

Yay for DORM ROOMIES!!! What did we set you straight on that made you cry?!?! I do remember one instance with PBR and Brian. Haha god we were all bad boy crazy back then! Congrats on the new place and I think this guys a good one!

32 Meghann March 7, 2011 at 9:42 am

It was a lot of little things that just made me grow up. Too long to write about on here! πŸ™‚

33 Jessica @ The Process of Healing March 5, 2011 at 1:33 pm

Moving in with a boy may be your hardest challenge yet πŸ˜‰
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34 Katy (The Singing Runner) March 5, 2011 at 2:04 pm

I loved reading this! Such a great trip down memory lane! Good luck with the move! πŸ˜€
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35 Emma March 5, 2011 at 2:36 pm

WOW! I’ve only lived in 4 different places so far (the house I was brought home for the hospital to, my freshman dorm, my sophomore dorm, my apartment here in New Zealand) all I have to say is GOOD LUCK!
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36 Jess-The SemiAbnormal Gal March 5, 2011 at 2:42 pm

Wow, that post must have taken quite a bit of time to put together…thanks for sharing! Love the “cameo” appearances of Patrick, Robert (my “growing up brothers”) and Anthony!

Can’t wait to hear about your adventures in Tampa! I miss St. Pete immensely, so if you need some suggestions on fun things to do on that side of the Bay just let me know!
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37 Meghann March 7, 2011 at 9:43 am

You’ll have to tell me about your favorite St. Pete hot spots!

And that photo was from my graduation party! Notice how Kelly and Anthony are standing next to each other, yet this photo was taken almost a full year before they started dating! πŸ™‚

38 Kayla March 5, 2011 at 3:10 pm

I had boy band posters all over my room too – including the Hanson one!
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39 Kath March 5, 2011 at 3:21 pm

Loved reading this!!

40 chelsey @ clean eating chelsey March 5, 2011 at 3:24 pm

I loved this post! It was sfun seeing all the different places you’ve lived!
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41 Amber March 5, 2011 at 3:50 pm

Aww I am so happy for you. Dave and I have been living together since December and it has been good. I think you got a good one! πŸ˜‰ Good luck in Tampa. I think you are going to like it.
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42 Meghann March 7, 2011 at 9:44 am

Thanks Amber! You guys will have to come visit once we have everything set up. πŸ™‚

43 Jordan March 5, 2011 at 4:18 pm

I loved that apartment too! It’s funny, I was just thinking about that today. We had some good times and I’m glad we managed to stay friends afterwards. And that place WAS bad for towing, I remember one particularly awkward time! Good luck to you and Derek, my brother just moved to Tampa so I might have to come visit all of y’all sometime soon!

44 Shannon March 5, 2011 at 4:24 pm

So great to look back at your homes! Life is full of exciting adventures!! I’m sure you will love Tampa!
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45 Rachel March 5, 2011 at 4:51 pm

Fun post! Hope your new place with Derek is the best yet!!

46 Lyndsey March 5, 2011 at 5:19 pm

What happened to Abbie? Such a cute pup!

47 Karolina March 5, 2011 at 5:40 pm

It’s so fun to see how decorating styles change as we move through the years, so I love how you put a series of pictures into this post! Roommates really can make or break a living situation, unfortunately:( Can’t wait to see how the new place ends up:)
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48 Kelly ( March 5, 2011 at 6:24 pm

cute idea for a post! I would have to think long and hard about all of the places I’ve lived, with college apts, etc. I really like your bedspread – is that a duvet cover? Super cute. Good luck in Tampa!!!!

49 Meghann March 7, 2011 at 9:45 am

Yes, it’s from Ikea!

50 Kristine March 5, 2011 at 7:05 pm

I went to FSU too (Spring 07-Spring 09)! That’s so crazy! Loved it but yes the apartment offerings leave something to be desired. Your landlord sounds like a devil. This might be a weird question, but was her name Renee? She was mine during the last year and she was terrible, but before she was mine she was managing another complex and I heard horror stories from friends about her there too. Anyway! Good luck on your new adventure <3 xo
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51 Meghann March 7, 2011 at 9:47 am

Looks like you started FSU right when I was finishing! My sister graduated in Spring ’09 though!

Nope, his name was Warren and the townhouse I lived in was the only one he owned. Both his daughters were in school at FSU and he just bought it.

52 Kate (What Kate is Cooking) March 5, 2011 at 8:28 pm

This was really interesting! I’ve only lived in two places- a condo from birth to age 5, and my parent’s house from 5 to 21 πŸ™‚ I’m scared to move out by myself- I fear having shitty roommates!
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53 Kacy March 5, 2011 at 8:37 pm

What a fun look back! I moved pretty much once a year through college until I moved to this apartment. I’m hesitant to leave it, but I have a mildew problem (ew!) and loooouuuuddd neighbors so I won’t be that sad πŸ˜‰
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54 Heidi March 5, 2011 at 8:48 pm

Good luck moving, hopefully you’re almost done by now! I lived at home throughout most of school in order to avoid all the horrible roommate situations I saw my friends get into. Luckily my current roommate is great, which is good since I get to marry him in a few months!

55 Lorin March 6, 2011 at 1:46 am

I am a freshman in college and I can definitely relate to living in cramped corridors. It makes me look forward to going home to my big bed. I am living in an on-campus apartment and will have my own room! It’s cool to see all the places you moved to. I am living with one girl I kinda know who has the same major as me and two other girls that my friend knows, but I have never met. It is kinda scary to think how it will all work out, or not, so this post comforts me that not everything is permanent and things change. I hope that it will work out for in the end though, we’re all nutrition majors so hopefully it will. I’m sure living with Derek will be fun for you, just a change. Did you ever get lonely or scared living by yourself?

56 Meghann March 7, 2011 at 9:50 am

People always asked that, but honestly, I LOVED living by myself. I had Maddie, my computer, and DVR to keep me company. I also had great neighbors that were super friendly and would always stop and stay hi.

57 CampingGirl March 6, 2011 at 6:02 am

I love this post. My fab places were past uni apartments that were full of friends and good times!
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58 JulieD March 6, 2011 at 12:22 pm

This is a great post about all of the places you have lived. I don’t even think I have great pictures of my dorm rooms in college. Good luck on where you’re moving to. And good for you for fighting to keep Abby in that apartment.

Question for you, where did you get that pot rack/shelf in one of your photos? I have been thinking of getting one. Thanks!
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59 Meghann March 7, 2011 at 9:51 am

It was there when I moved in. I LOVED it and am currently begging Derek to install one in our new place. I’ve seen similar version at Ikea, so I’m assuming that’s where it’s from.

60 Clare March 6, 2011 at 1:14 pm

I spy Hanson posters! I was such a fan. Were you or your sister the fan?

61 Meghann March 7, 2011 at 9:53 am

I was the fan! I was looking through old photos for this post and discovered like 200 pictures I took at a Hanson concert I went to in 8th grade. Good times. πŸ™‚

62 kelly March 6, 2011 at 4:01 pm

I had that hanson poster! It was so giant. I love them.

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