Monday, November 20, 2006

We've moved!

Meaghan and I have moved out of her mom's house and into the city of Boston. My commute to work is now 15 minutes shorter, and we're starting to take our cool furniture and stuff out of storage. Friends are welcome to email me for our new address.

This is pretty much the last stage of our readjustment from our year in Serbia. Most young couples here have their own place, so moving back to the city is like rejoining society, in a way.


Viktor said...

Congrats, Daniel, and all the best from Belgrade blog (now Belgrade 2.0)! :)
Hope i will have the same experience too soon...

Balthus said...

Hi Daniel,
Good luck with your life and all!
Living, after all, is much more rewarding than blogging, as well as more real! :)

Jamie said...

Daniel, I'm not even sure how I happened upon your blog, but I'm glad I did! I have just returned home to the Boston area after living in Belgrade for the summer, and am finding it terribly difficult to re-adjust. I never could have imagined how foreign I could feel in my own home. I miss everything there so much... Most of all, I have to say I miss the pljeskavica. Haha! Do you know of any places to get Serbian food in this area? I'd love to find some...
I hope all is going well for you, and wish you the best of luck.

Daniel said...

Jamie - reverse culture shock is tough. I don't know of any cevapi stands in Boston, but if you want to talk over old times you can email me at thenativespeaker (at)

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Anna said...

Hey Daniel -- congratulations on settling back in the U.S. and your new job. I wanted to post something that might be of interest to your readers -- the Foreign Policy Association is hosting a seminar this Saturday 12/2 in NYC about landing a job in the Foreign Services and what the process entails. This wouldn't be so much of interest to you, but it might be a good opportunity for people visiting your blog for Foreign Services-related information to check it out.

Anyway, keep up the blogging!

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Dho said...

Good luck and be happy.. Enjoy!