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The trees that line the streets of my home town, making me feel as though I’m living in a forest
My parents’ house, which will always feel like home
My lovely hometown library and bookstore
Things I am looking forward to about coming back to the UK:
My British family members
My British friends
Our wonderful dog, Maya, who is so beloved and so old and so creaky that every time we leave, I worry (a lot) about whether she’ll be waiting for us when we get back
Our house, which I love
My latte machine
Our back garden
My favorite cake shop in the world
Our lovely local library and bookstore
It’s both a good and a bad thing – and, I guess, perfectly appropriate for my dual nationality – that when I’m living in the UK, I miss America, and when I’m visiting America, I miss the UK. I’m very lucky to get to experience them both.