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When it comes to city vs country life i want the best of both worlds that I know is impossible. I want the easy convenience of close grocery stores, doctors offices, restaurants, etc that the city can provide. But I also want privacy where I don't have so many neighbors, a bigger yard, no light pollution so I can see the stars. I know I can pick one or the other but it would be nice to have both. 

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9 minutes ago, Knight of Ni said:

When it comes to city vs country life i want the best of both worlds that I know is impossible. I want the easy convenience of close grocery stores, doctors offices, restaurants, etc that the city can provide. But I also want privacy where I don't have so many neighbors, a bigger yard, no light pollution so I can see the stars. I know I can pick one or the other but it would be nice to have both. 

I think there is a lot of in between. I think some people can get close to this but it’s never perfect. So people will move to small towns trying to get this. Or suburbs. I personally can’t live in the country. I was exposed to the country a lot as a kid. So I know how it all works. And I know it’s just not for me. My husband knows as well. He grew up in the country. We decided we would live in a neighborhood outside of downtown (large city) where we have tons of access to many things but we could also walk some places as well. It’s somewhat quiet here. Our old neighborhood closer to downtown was so loud and busy. Our neighborhood is perfect for us. It’s too bad many people don’t have as many choices/options in housing. I consider myself privileged that I’m able to live in a home in the right neighborhood for us. 

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I won't touch her politices. However, as a city girl born and bred, I dream about a cabin in the mountains somewhere away from people. But close enough to a cute village with cute shops and locals I walk by and say hi to. I want a porch and trees and enough land that my cabin won't be seen from the road. Aint happenin but I can dream. 

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I love the 'burbs.  I'm thrilled to have a supermarket 10 minutes from me but still be out of town enough that there are no street lights and lots of critters.  I am obsessed with opossums and we always make friends with the one that eats from our compost every year.

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18 minutes ago, GuineaPigCourtship said:

I love the 'burbs.  I'm thrilled to have a supermarket 10 minutes from me but still be out of town enough that there are no street lights and lots of critters.  I am obsessed with opossums and we always make friends with the one that eats from our compost every year.

It’s hard for me to call where I live a burb since we are so close to down town. But I guess it’s kind of a burb. But man do we get critters. The squirrels are the worst. But the opossums, raccoons, skunks, bunnies, foxes, and deer are all welcome to roam around if they like. Although a skunk did spray our house once. That was awful. 

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I live in one of the biggest cities in my state, but we still have under 100,000 people. I feel like I have the best of both worlds- amenities like Target/Costco, good music venues, and an airport; but since there's still relatively few people here we don't really get traffic and I run into people I know all the time.

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On 11/5/2022 at 9:11 PM, indianabones said:

I live in one of the biggest cities in my state, but we still have under 100,000 people. I feel like I have the best of both worlds- amenities like Target/Costco, good music venues, and an airport; but since there's still relatively few people here we don't really get traffic and I run into people I know all the time.

I live in Brooklyn but it's the Southest Brooklyn possible, we only got a local Starbucks and Target a few years ago. I feel like I'm in the 'burbs even tho I'm clearly not lol It's such an immigrant heavy area that all our shops are mom and pop. Even the hardware store down the street is a mom and pop. It's generations old but still family run.

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Ashley is pregnant again, due in April, so she is roughly 20 weeks. Scarlett turned 1 on Monday. 

Plus, she tagged if #rainbowbaby, implying a miscarriage in-between. That is really fast.530941358_Screenshot_20221126-1801552.thumb.png.abb0e791b86bbb18d5ac541b8729f6cb.png

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