Thursday, May 28, 2009

This Isn’t the City

Apparently, it’s attack-the-city-dwellers this week.

My next question, though, is a valid one. Why do you move to the country if you want to live in the city?

In my hometown, we had people moving from Brampton and the first thing they did was try to make the small town more like the city they just left - putting in more stop signs, wanting more services and complaining about the lack of stores.

On my street, some of the neighbours want to ban fires and put up streetlights. Isn’t the great thing about living in the country the fact you can see the stars and roast hot dogs on the fire?

If you like convenient living, my suggestion is to stay in the city.


Anonymous said...

I agree with you. If you want the City, stay in the city. Leave the country to the people who love it.

Stephanie said...

I second that. I live in the city because I work in the city and wish to be close to family and friends, as well as to avoid any commute on a daily basis.
However when I go to the country, I go for the stars in the sky, the dark roads lit only by the moom, the smell of campfire, and the knowledge that the hussel and bussel of the city is somewhere far away.

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Waiting to read your blog for Friday, May 29th..... NO BLOG????

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