Posted 27 January 2005 - 09:53 PM
I sort of did the same thing as you. I moved back to my
hometown in Pa after living in Delaware for 30 years.
My kids and my friends are there but I was getting so
sick from the humid summers and living so close to
chicken farms on one end of the state and chemical
plants on the other. I wanted to come back to the
mountains to get healthy again, I suppose that was
selfish of me but my kids can come and visit, just like
I did when my parents were here. I'm glad I did because
I have been here for my mother, she is 94 and not well
so I'm glad I can be there for her.
Congradulations on your move, I hope all goes well for you.
If I ever did decide to move back I would want to be close
to the water, the salty air is very healing and rejuvenating.
Judy- Gluten Intolerant
Posted 28 January 2005 - 02:43 AM
Long Island, NY
Double DQ1, subtype 6
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