Are you a city person or a country person ????
I am most certainly a country person;always have been ever since I was a little girl exploring the countryside that surrounded me with my Beagle Lassie.
Today the inspiration that I get from Mother Nature for my writing is priceless and endless.
Definitely a country person. I can't stand cities, too crowded. noisy, smelly and everyone lives at such a frenetic pace. I prefer small towns, villages, hamlets and the countryside in general. I love exploring woodlands and walking across fields, especially on a nice sunny day, makes you feel glad to be alive.
Eiddwen, how are you, girl???? The country is by far the only life to live. In Bishop, Ca, we've no smog, the lovely Sierra Nevada range of snow-capped mountains surrounding our town, and folks are friendly and sincerely care about their neighbors-often way too related! J/K, maybe...
I left Los Angeles long, long ago-disgusted by the anonymity all around, you understand, few meaningful connections to others...all the fear, rudeness and suspicion.
Well what a nice surprise lorlie;it is so nice to see you on here.
I have to agree with you also;I wrote a hub today about the contrast and personal preferences and thought it would be quite interesting to post it on here.
How is all with you;drop me a line when yo have a moment.
I am a formally suburban gal now living in the country and I love it..it does have its disadvantages but overall it agrees with me.
Country, in every single respect. I love sea fishing, fresh game and meats, the beautiful scenery and fresh air - and friendly country pubs, of course! I definitely intend moving to a very small village on the coast in the fairly near future - I just haven't decided which one yet! - and the only reason I will visit the city is to watch my football (soccer) team, Rangers.
I'm from a seaside town of about sixty thousand people and moved about 15 years ago to another seaside location but a city with two hundred and fifty thousand. It is still a very relaxed place due to the location but the traffic is a bummer. However I am a writer and I get lots of inspiration from the city and the vibe of the place. I do love the country, the peacefullness and the smells - But I'm a city girl at heart!
I am too complex to decide if I like the city more than the country. I really don't know! lol
I hate nature and every critter that lives in it!!!
Pave all green spaces before we are overrun!!
by muslima61 7 years ago
I'm a country girl now living in a big city and can't wait to get back.I miss the fields the trees my garden in fact everything about the countryside.I have a back yard at the moment and am trying to fill it with everything possible that grows, it will end up looking like a jungle, if possible. Are...
by BenWritings 5 years ago
Would you prefer to live out in the country, or in/near a city?would you prefer to live near mountains, open fields, water, trees, or in a populated area?
by Nomascus concolor 18 months ago
Would you rather raise kids at the countryside, in a town or a big city?
by silverstararrow 6 years ago
City life or a calm cool countrysideIs city life better than living in the countryside? Or is it the other way around? Why do you prefer your choice over the other?
by Susan Reid 6 years ago
I went to search for projections of what the recession would have been like had it been left to run its natural course (e.g., no stimulus, no bailouts, no homeowner protection, etc.). I found this article in the Washington Monthly. It's long. It's dense. It's definitely worth the read.Opening line:...
by HeatherH104 5 years ago
Do you prefer to live in the country or city and why?Saying if you lived in one and could still visit or have access to the other (for example you lived in city but could easily drive to country for the day or vice versa) which would you choose to live and why?
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