I love where I live and I would guess that most of you do too....although I have heard that some would prefer to live closer to family or where it's warmer in the winter. Some people love to move. They love the new adventures and opportunities to make new friends and see now sites. Others would rather have a root canal without Novocaine that to have to move, especially if it's a long distance.
Way back...even before I was around...lol... children often would live on the same land where they were born. They either inherited the homestead or if there were more sibling some would build another house on the family place. But it's rare for us to live in the same home where we grew up, so I would guess that we all have moved at least once!
That being the case...how many places have you lived? Were those moves within the same city or area? Or did you move a long distance? Maybe you were an Military Brat and lived all over the globe. And finally ... do/did you like moving?
I'm part of the "Do NOT move me" gang. I don't even want to move within the same community or town. But I have had to move a few times. Fortunately it's all been in the same general area. I just can't imagine leaving the area where I was born and raised. Once I left home I moved 7 times before I was able to get the Ex out of my life. Those were all within the same county/general area. (A couple of moves were just changing from one rental house to another.)
Then I sold my farm and moved in with hubby.
That move was 3 miles as the crow flies...or about
8 via the road. And I'm here to stay! We're buried in the middle of acres of 180'+ fir and cedar trees and it suits me just fine. If I need something from town I know where it is...lol So for the many years I've been living on my own I don't feel like I've moved around too much.
Have you moved a lot? Do you enjoy it or would you like to move again and to somewhere a long distance? Just the thought of packing years and years of 'junk' makes me shudder...lol
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