Almost a month ago now, Teriann and I went to Prague with our flatmates Sarah and Bryce. It was a wonderful trip for a number of reasons — good food, good music, good company, beautiful scenery — but it also signaled some of the changes that have come across our life in London lately.
First, a few highlights of the trip. Prague is gorgeous; distinctive and photogenic.
The leaves were changing in the local park,
and the stained glass windows in St. Vitus's Cathedral were spectacular.
For more pics, here's the facebook album.
The changes, though, have been significant. When we moved here, the house consisted of two singles and three other couples. Living with other couples suited us well, as we enjoyed going out with them and generally getting into shenanigans. Over the last month, though, two of the couples have broken up, drastically changing the dynamics of the house.
One of those couples, if you haven't guessed already, is Sarah and Bryce; Prague was still a good time, but Bryce moved out shortly thereafter and I already miss him. Ed moved out as well, and I miss having his legendary craziness around too. And more singles in the house inevitably means more drama.
Don't get me wrong, we still love our house and our flatmates, but as they say, nothing stays the same.