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Toni

I think you can take the girl out of Brooklyn, but you can't take Brooklyn out of the girl :)

Congrats on actually closing. May you always have wonderful memories of that place - and make some new ones in the new place!!!

Jill

Moving is bittersweet, isn't it?

Dee

Part of me wants to scream 'congratulations!' while the other part of me wants to quietly ponder the bittersweet moments of life.

May the memories always stay close in your heart and may the 'burbs present you with a whole new wonderful set of memories to cherish.

B mama

What Toni said. Brooklyn will always be part of your . . . soul? Is that an overstatement?

For what it's worth, we visited Brooklyn this past weekend, and while I miss it, I don't miss actually living there.

Megan

Wow... congrats on the closing. I can just imagine how hard it must have been to say goodbye to a place with so many memories. I hope they stay vivid in your mind, and that you'll always consider yourself a Brooklyn girl!

Betty M

Congratulations on closing. I have a similar place in my life. Leaving it was hard. I didn't want them to do anything with the place. Now though I drive past and they clearly have done nothing at all still so I am cross with them for not loving it like I did.

Thalia

You'll always have Brooklyn. ;-)

Hope you are holding up ok. I'll know you are coping when you change your tagline (I won't expect you to change your nickname - that would be a bridge too far!)

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