picture above taken there by Jeremy Kramer). It is minutes to downtown Cincinnati, has cute shops and restaurants, it's an even distance between our families, and I just like being a Kentucky girl. In theory I would prefer owning a home, but I want to start a business. Also, who knows what can happen since we're still in our early 20s. Someone could get a job offer or something. For now, we rent. Starting a business will be an expensive path at first. Long down the road, when baby fever sets, in we hope to have my dad build our dream house.
Burlington Antique Shows: 4 kitchen chairs for $18 total, a mid century slat coffee table for $10, and a metal cart for $7. I bought a chrome and faux leather armchair for $20 the day we got engaged, and Brian found this formica table for $50 on Craigslist. My parents plan to buy us a new mattress as our wedding gift. We're also taking all of my bedroom furniture. This means the only big purchases we need to make are a couch, a tv stand, and maybe a tv if it's not bought off our registry. I meant to talk about our registry strategy, but that will wait for another day. Love, Mallory