In a couple of places. One was the last place my mum , dad, sis and I lived before my parents split up. I still go past now occasionally. One was the unit I bought ds home too,one WS another unit I really loved.
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10-04-2012 19:40 #11Senior Member
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10-04-2012 19:41 #12
Yeah I do. Even when I'm happy to be moving to different suburb etc, I always get sad to leave the old place.
I'm the same with cars. I'm sad when they get sold.
10-04-2012 19:44 #13
10-04-2012 19:57 #14
The houses that I've left have been rentals that I've always thought of as short term so haven't been sad. The house I grew up in my Parents still live in and I visit regularly. The first house I bought I still own so I feel like it's still mine. The house we live in is the only house dp and I have lived in together.
If my family home was sold I'd definitely feel sad. If I sold my first house or we left our current house I'd probably feel sad.
10-04-2012 19:58 #15
Depends on the memories made there!
10-04-2012 19:59 #16
We have lived in our current home for over 10 years, I got ready for our wedding day here, brought both our babies home to this house. We have recently bought a brand new house as we have out grown our home but I'm starting to think about leaving and it is quite upsetting
It will be hard to leave but the young couple who are buying it are just like us 10 years ago, so I wish them the same happiness we have had
10-04-2012 20:13 #17
Memories are memories...I dont think it matters where you are...
10-04-2012 20:16 #18
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Yep, I cry for 'home' for months after I move hahs
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10-04-2012 20:25 #20
Once I moved I was happy and we visited our old neighbours a few weeks ago and I felt relieved to not live there now.
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