If you had to move to a state besides the one you currently live in, where would you move?
This one is easy for me! South Carolina all the way!
Yeh, I TOTALLY get that! :=)
I think California, since that’s where I was born :).
Louisiana. I was born in South Louisiana and many of my Cajun relatives are still there.
Um, Missouri comes to mind b/c that’s where my relatives are, but I don’t know if that’s where I’d go. I’ll have to think about that.
I liked Colorado when I visited there. I guess I really don’t have a big preference. I would rather stay right here, where my family is.
Well, my whole family is in Chicago, but I have no desire to go back there. Cook County rules the entire northern half of Illinois, and it’s ridiculous. It’s also crazy congested. So I’d go north. My first choice is Northern Wisconsin, where we vacation every summer, and that’s where I’m comfortable. But I’d probably be ok with MN, as well. I know a few folks there…
My first response would be Montana. It’s gorgeous there, and the lifestyle is much like it is here. Slow paced, and people are just…nice.
But, if I had to chose right now in my life, I’d chose a coastal, warm state so Bailey can have baseball year round. Texas, or Florida. But that isn’t where I WANT to live, that’s solely for baseball purposes. 🙂
I love MN!
Jason says….”Delaware. Its right next to Pennsylvania ….. Williamsport!!!”
Wow you guys should split the difference and move somewhere in between together.
I’ll go with his answer. 🙂
I’d want the four seasons like I have now. I love winter and would hate to live in a climate that didn’t have the cold and snow. My first thought was our neighbor WI but tornado’s and storms move through there so late into the night and I’d hate that. I’ve been to PA and do love it there. It’s windy and hilly just like here. I loved NE when we were there. It never got humid there and got really cool at night.
I vote Maine for you. They have the four seasons plus the mountains and the BEACH! You could totally rock out on the lobster there too!
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