Tuesday, May 08, 2007

What about you?

Today I was asked what I didn't like about living here. The only thing I could come up with is that they took our Gap away. Seriously. I just love it here. Don't you?


Anonymous said...

Yes, I do. Because the people I love dearly live here.too!
Mom H.

admin said...

the gap thing (although the pain has lessened with time)

limited selection of lofts FOR SALE

no apple store

not a good climate to grow coffee in, so i'm told.

derek never plays here

dave never plays here

anybody worth paying for (for the most part) never plays here

Heather said...

Hey Rachel,
Could you sent me that photo of Emalee and Ollie? Thanks! Oh, BTW, I was born here, I live here and I'll probably die here. I love it here!

HelterShelter said...

ICE ICE , baby. How soon we forget!

Andrea said...

I stumbled upon this couple's adoption blog and thought of you! I just had to pass it on... My favorite video update is #10.



TangoDelta said...

It's far from the rest of my family. Other than that, I got nothin'.
I love living in Springfield. Great location, friends, church, etc.

Hillenblog said...

Well, I have been a lot of places in my life, not that I am all that well traveled...like some people I know. But I have been in most regions of the United States and several foreign countries and yes...Springburg (and that little hamlet Strafford, MO) seams to grow the most beautiful women I have ever seen. Luckily for me, I trapped one and tricked her into thinking that I am the best she could do...Oh what a yarn I can spin.
Secondly, In our part of the country we get four full and distinct seasons, with is relatively rare (which means that we have wardrobe requirements that many locals do not) and the changing of the seasons bring forth hope and the feeling that with spring/Fall/Summer/Winter...all things will be renew again. And with that...comes a positive sense of direction that can only come from the eternal God that set the planet spinning, and the seasons changing, and fiends and family and especially loved ones in motion that led us all to this place at this time. In short...I do like living here...especially with the people I live with.

...except apparently Rogersville has an unusually high number of "gallinippers" any idea of how to get rid of them?

Ansley said...

Well, I'm the one who asked. After hanging out, I can say I love it there, too! I can't wait to come back.