Even though Luis and I hated your long hallway, and the several doors that had to be unlocked in order to get to our door, we loved you. The elevators were broken more often than they worked, and when they did work, they were extremely slow, we still loved you. Our place faced away from the sun, and never shined in our window for more than a few hours a day, making all of our plants die, but we still loved you.
You had the best ceilings and windows, so tall, and gave us a nice view of the courtyard. We would like to thank you for the two bedrooms, we greatly appreciated them, my shoes were thankful too! I enjoyed the open kitchen that allowed me not miss a second of my reality television shows while cooking, as well as being able to keep Luis company (or completely annoy him) when he would be in the dining room while I was in the kitchen cooking.
One thing for sure, I will not miss the unfriendly asian people that never say, “hello” or “good morning” even when you say it straight to their face.
We are not sure where we will live when we move back to Atlanta for the summer, and to be honest it kind of worries me. Where ever it may be, I am sure it won’t be as nice as our first place.