[Photo: Bunch of stuff I just received on a remote island in the Atlantic Ocean]
When living anywhere is no longer an obstacle to getting exactly what you need…
Live outside of the US long enough and you’ll find something you can’t live without, something unavailable in local stores.
Occasionally (though not at the moment) I really miss home. This often comes in waves, or at certain times of year (most common in the fall). I often find I’m not missing a particular person or place, but something more mundane.
What I’m really trying to admit is that I miss Amazon Prime and Peanut Butter.
Or more generally, the US does a great job of getting you what you (think) you want when you want it.
Now I’m the first to point out that most Americans are astounded to learn you can find almost anything within walking distance, most places on
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