>Things that I’m going to miss about my basement apartment in the East Village

September 29, 2007 § 4 Comments

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-walking to work
-living next door to Rob, the pot dealer and ranter, who gets me all riled up about tenant rights but is too lazy/high to do anything about it. His pitbull, the only one I’m not afraid of, Sadie and his lovely wife, Leslie.
-Yaffa Café, Rai Rai Ken, Mud, Angelica Kitchen, Ess-a-bagel, Porto Rico Coffee, the dumpling place, the hippie pizza place
-Movie theaters
-Trader Joes
-the naked guy who lives above me
-rooftop access and my stoop
-running by the East River
-biking to Brooklyn
-coming home at lunch
-the 24-hour corner store with those Mozart chocolates
-my pharmacist, who knows me
-Dexter, the dog with the hot owners
-Jessica B-A, the theater ring, the West Village before it was safe, the dog painting over her bed, and the magic bullet.
-Kaleidoscope and its lack of customers
-Dunkin Donuts and the Cooper Union girl who sits there, web-camming with her boyfriend who lives somewhere else
-Tompkins Square Park
-Tile Bar
-the woman who works at the Laundromat who insists that I split my clothes into two loads and who moves my things to the dryer for me if I don’t get back in time

Bye bye.

song: The Desperate Things You Made Me Do by Magnetic Fields

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§ 4 Responses to >Things that I’m going to miss about my basement apartment in the East Village

  • aimee says:

    >i can’t believe you’re really leaving! and how well you got to know your hood. i ALSO can’t believe it’s already been almost a year. it seems like yesterday that you moved to nyc.but i am so excited for what is in store!! good luck w/the move.

  • polarchip says:

    >That’s really beautiful, all those things you’ll miss.Looking forward to hearing about your Astoria discoveries!

  • >Great list. Great picture. I hope you find Astoria to be just as hospitable and lovely. Think of all the reading time you’ll get on your commute, too!

  • Gili says:

    >I forgot to mention St. Dymphna’s. I’ll miss them too.And I found out that I have rooftop access in my new apartment and the view is completely amazing. I can see the entire island of Manhattan!

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