Steve and I have this funny inside joke about the word "miss". I tend to use the word liberally, read: "I miss you!" "I miss Jerusalem" "I miss the beach". Steve hardly ever uses it. In his mind, "miss" means I'd rather be/be doing something else than I am right now. Whereas I take it to mean- I look back with fond memories on that place or person or thing, etc. Therefore, I've taken to replace "miss" in my vocabulary with what I really mean (winky face).
So with that overly wordy introduction (I must be procrastinating packing), I bring you the things about Boston I'll look back with fond memories on..tee hee
The huge tree outside our apartment. It is epic in the spring and fall.
Concord and all that comes with it! Downtown, Orchard House, Emerson House...
Walden Pond. It deserves it's own line
Strolls around Beacon Hill
Our Weekend trips, adventuring around New England (Vermont, Maine, NH, Cape Cod, RI)
The green, humid summers
Giving tours on the freedom trail
taking the T in to see Steve for lunch
Our favorite park in Lincoln
The picturesque New England beaches
Royal India Bistro
*Sigh*. you've been good to us Boston. Even if your winters are crazy and last over half the year. Thanks for the memories.