Kate said city.
She not only said the word city but she visited the city of Chicago last week with her sister! I’ve driven through Chicago but never walked the city’s sidewalks.
This past week we were in Greenville, SC, for a doctor’s appointment and afterward we drove a long length of downtown Greenville, over the Reedy River bridge, into the historical section and then made a U-turn and went back and left the city to come home to tiny house village.
I Like Cities
As we drove on Main Street, looking at the people, the shoppes, the apartments over the shoppes – I said to my husband, I could live in this city. It would be kind of cool to come down the elevator (not 7 flights of stairs!) and exit to the busy sidewalks of a city. Now, that I’m feeling well, that has a great appeal.
Our Flat Was Downtown
After the sale of our 30-year home and farm we enjoyed 18 months of living downtown in a second-floor flat. I could walk down 39 steps and be outside and downtown in 5 minutes. I really liked that. Cities are exciting – if it’s a good downtown it fills with life on weekends and in the evenings. People strolling, sitting outside pubs, enjoying chatter and cheese!!!
We live in a village with nine other families in tiny houses – we like it here. It is quiet and quaint with NO city excitement! When the sun goes down here? It is dark as pitch and quiet!
How about you? Do you prefer city, country, or in-between?
Yay! Texas! Leading the way to saving babies.