Wishlist: for the home
Step by step, I am making my home here. It is, as I may have mentioned, an awkward process, because I want a home, but I also want less of this baggage, less of these associations with materials from which I don't want to part. My whole adult life, materialistically and financially, is unfolding in a foreign country, alone and apart from everyone who has known me before. And, it is a home I rarely share in real life, but far more comfortably in photos. Sometimes I think I've gone a little 500 Days of Summer re. Zooey Deschanel, in the sense that my home has kind of become my world the way I imagine it, and I don't want anyone else's reality to infringe upon it. Except for a few, who are now most welcome.
I have not bought much for my home since the Tunisia shopping spree, which I realize I still have not shown off. I bought one large plant for the kitchen since, also unseen.
For this post is not about my home as it is, but rather as I still hope it could be. Here are a few things on my wishlist: