About the right "I Want"
About a decade ago, I stopped at a car wash at one of the new houses that had just been built here, and thought to myself: "I want an apartment here!" There were no suitable options, but I had only one thought in my head: "I must live here". And after a while, I learned that they had started building two more huge houses in the same place. I said: "Well, that's it, it's a sign." I bought an apartment with a view of horses, a church and the Stroginskaya floodplain. Real beauty.
I'd rather go for a walk in the park than wander the streets of Moscow. With age, nature starts growing on you. You just walk out to the park, sit down on a bench and gaze at the water... And if you open a window in the summer, you can hear the noise of a boat on the Moscow River. And you are like, "Oh, someone must be going somewhere." You look out the window for a while and watch. Incidentally, looking out the window has been a habit of mine since childhood. It's like a TV for me.