EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!! I'm still shaking with excitement, never had high speed in my own home (nor had my own home before). And I absolutely love my new place, the first to call my own. (well, renting but still, the landlord is awesome)
Here's some pictures of my new place and have learned some new things this month after moving out of mom's for the first time...
Swiffer wet jet does NOTHING for real tile floors (learned mopping is just as easy)
The city isn't as dusty as the country
How to use a vacuum (never had carpet before)
These walls echo so I don't have to turn my stereo up very loud
a 700 watt microwave sucks lemons so its easier to actually COOK.
That the switch above my sink is for a garbage disposal (friends laughed when i shreaked and jumped the first time)
The boys now understand the phrase "go to your room" (they never had their own room before)
That as long as the boys are happy with a toy cluttered floor, its pick-up-able at the end of the day to clean, just to have it done again the next day. A toy organized house is NOT a happy house. (my mom was strict about picking up toys every bit of the day)
Its easier to wash dishes for one adult and two kids who use mainly paper plates (note, I kept bugging mom for a dish washer thru the years, only to now have one and have yet to use it)
How to ask a neighbor for an ingredient. Never had neighbors farther than 15 acres before (was an egg short for cupcakes)
Ductape has many uses! See?