Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Navigating Stamford via Church Steeples

My husband is off in England this week, hopefully finding us a place to live. We depart 3 weeks from today for our 3-year adventure in Stamford, so time is of the essence.

I'm learning that one of the questions you are frequently asked when embarking on an international move is, "What are you most nervous about?" I'm sure if there were a language barrier, that would be tops. But since there is not, my biggest concern is learning my way around. Getting out and about is essential to my happiness, so I know it's a fear I'll tackle early on.

In addition to that whole "drive on the other side of the road" issue you find in England, I happen to have a terrible sense of direction. I sometimes still have to ask my husband how to get from point A to point B in the town where we grew up. I'm that bad. So learning my way around a place that was built upon the curvy, narrow, original Roman roads will undoubtedly confused me for quite some time.


When I had to the chance to wander around the town back in Januay, I quickly realized that if I could just memorize the 3 big church steeples in town, I might be able to better navigate. So that'll be project number one. And there are worse things to have to stare at and admire than these beauties:






It'll be a tough job, but somebody's got to do it.

This post is a part of Photo Friday at Delicious Baby.