I am originally from New England area but have lived in Arizona for the past 7 years. Arizona finally fells like home now and i am really enjoying it here now. Where are u you all from and do u like it where u are?
I’m from El Paso. I like it low cost of living area, goldilocks type city for me, and the people are nicer than other cities that I’ve been. Driven through Arizona only remember that it is hot there. Seems like a nice place.
I’m from AZ, well not “from” originally, just been here for 13 years… not the biggest fan… there’s little weather besides really hot and sorta cold… but there is alot of things to do like every where u go… so it’s alright I guess…
I live in florida. It’s ok. I live with my parents. So I’m not alone. I recently visited savannah georgia and the area was nice they had a st Patrick’s day parade so I did not get to go sight seeing the places that I planned on seeing while I was there. So instead I went to the mall with my mother because we were there to pick up my brother from the greyhound station later on in the day. But i digress. I find georgia quite scenic. I prefer it there then florida. That’s just my impression.
I live in Omaha, NE, USA. And I love it here. I love the seasons. The Winters are usually bitter cold (not this year), and the Summers are usually swelteringly hot. All that is true. But, the beautiful Springs and gorgeous Autumns make up for the Winters and Summers.
I live in an Independent Senior Living Center which is one step up from an Assisted Living Center, in Omaha, I love it here. It is beautiful, has all of the amenities and the staff treat us like kings and queens. I have my own, generously sized apartment, with my own laundry facilities and full sized kitchen and a balcony. I can have my cat, piano, keyboard, books and computer here and that is all I need to be happy.
I live with my Dad in Tacoma, WA. I am not jumping up and down about my living situation. I use to live in a beautiful apartment in Mill Creek, WA, about 30 mins North of Seattle and I really liked it there. My Dad lives in a 100 year old house in a poor part of Tacoma. It’s a little shoebox with 2 beds and 1 bath. I would prefer to live alone in Seattle or Mill Creek. I won’t be able to leave for a few years so I am trying to enjoy the stay. I may not be overly excited but I AM grateful! Very. I could be on the street but I am not because my Dad took me in.
I live near the city of Brighton in Southern England.
It’s a seaside town and I grew up here. My family are close which is good. London is commutable from here so if you wanted to there is a big city to visit with lots to do.
I personally like to live in a peaceful setting with not much hassle, so I generally don’t go to too many different places. It’s a big town, but I live right on the edge of it in the suburbs.
So i like where i live but my living situation is not really the greatest. I live with my wife and kids and that part is great but… i also live with my in laws. Dont get me wrong they are nice people and we would surely struggle to make ends meet without them but no 39 year old man wants to be living with his wifes parents.
I like the city where I live and the country.
I live with my parents because I am disabled.
Want to move out, live with partners like a former classmate of mine.
I love Minnesota. Been here all my life. Just horrible roads though. I love all the awesome hiking trails and my library is in walking distance.
I live in Venezuela and I don’t like it at all. Our economy is a mess, our society is a mess, our cultural values are a mess. The politician here have destroyed the country and it is like the vale od shadows. In fact, I dislike my country so much that it is to blame for my psychotic episode (the voices in my head told me to go away of this country). I’m thinking of going to the United States or somewhere else.
@Darth to tell you to go away is very offensive.
Instead you can make Venezuela a better place, try to correct the problems, form organizations, become president,
tv news editor( in Venezuela)
Man I understand your point. I thought just like that, and many of my friends, but now all of us think the same: our future as a country is dark and will be dark for at least 10-15 years. We’ve one of the worst economies in the world having many resources… it is a shame.
And the truth is that: our economical and political and cultural conditions triggered my delusions. I was robbed one day last year, in april, and as a writer I’ve no future here.
It’s not the country, nor the people. It is the government.
I live in a seaside suburb of Cape Town in South Africa and I love it here! Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and I can’t imagine living anywhere else. I was born and bred here. We have mountains sea and diverse friendly people and lovely weather, just a bit windy sometimes but I’m used to it. I live with my husband in a little duplex in a security complex. I feel safe here. It’s a 5min walk to beach and flea market and 15 mins to library and shops. I’m loving it!
No I live in The Bible belt of the USA right in Tornado alley Ive been in so many tornadoes I can’t count had my roof ripped of in 2014 wasnt scared for myself but I thought oh no my kids are gonna die, but we were okay. I moved away and had to come back hate it here.
I miss Northern California. I lived for many years in Marin and Sonoma Counties. It’s so beautiful. Then I lived for many years in Orange County and I don’t miss it at all. I’m currently in a small mountain town and it’s ok, but I don’t think it would be my choice if we had more money. It’s too close to large ugly urban areas with high crime rates and extreme overpopulation.
But I’m discovering as I get older that a sense of comfort and belonging will never be mine. Wherever there are people I am unhappy, and wherever there are lots of people I’m miserable. Where there are no people/stores/civilization, I’m lonely and aimless.
I live in Central Florida near the Gulf. I live in my own house in a gated community that’s part of a HOA. It’s nice and quiet, but I’m not far from big cities.Oh, and I like the weather.
I live near Venice, I don’t like Italy because it is overpopulated and it is hard to find an isolated place.
I do like where I live. The main problem with where I live is that here the real estate market is crazy. The lands is too expensive. It’s a burden to all of us. We are like slave living in this city.
I’m on the outskirts of Portland Oregon and I love it! It’s a little expensive, but there’s so much to do and great resources being in a big city.