Where I Live — DAY 2 and DAY 3 On July 1, 2008 By Kristy DempseyIn Uncategorized Oops, sorry, I missed yesterday! I’ll make it up to you though with two pics today. Moving in a bit closer… My street sign: My mailbox: The door to my apartment building: Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
16 thoughts on “Where I Live — DAY 2 and DAY 3”
Cool! Cartas = letters! hehe I love your mailbox! Diane Davis posted a mailbox photo today too!
You read Portuguese! 😉
Just words that are the same in Spanish! 😉
This is so cool. I have never been able to envision where you live.
More to come!
I love these! It’s so fun to see where LJ friends live! 🙂
This is fun, isn’t it? I’m enjoying it too.
cool mailbox. Is this the kind to mail things in, like we have the huge blue ones on the street? I can’t imagine you have your own mailboxes outside an apartment building. Also, it’s so small. Do people not mail as much as we do? Or are we obsessed with size here. Certainly we were during the 1800’s when we were telling the world how wonderful and wild America was, esp. with paintings such as the Hudson River Painters. I wonder if large mailboxes had anything to do with that sort of thinking…..
It’s just the kind to receive mail in. In fact, this is the box for our whole building. You just reach in the back and take out what is yours. It’s just inside our gate, so the mailman can slide the mail in through the slot, but no one can reach around to pull mail out from outside the gate. Also, if there’s a package, the mailman rings up.
Thanks for a peek into your world, Kristy! Fun!
I love seeing everyone’s stomping grounds. Now I just want to visit. 🙂
Very interesting (interessante)!
You know Portuguese too! (Or babelfish. 🙂
Very cool that a street can be named for a professor (and that the title is important!). Not to mention the whole different cultural aspect.
The contrast of shade and sun, and stone/glass and green plants is so attractive.
I like it that it’s named after a professor too.
Our building is not actually that nice. It’s a little crumbly in spots on the exterior. But it does add a little character.
I’m glad you’re posting. I’ve always wondered what it looks like there.