Back Where I Come From – Day 27 & 28

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Back Where I Come From – Day 27

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https://mcclendonvilla.wordpress.com/2017/09/27/2017-september-challenge-back-where-i-come-from-day-27/

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Thanks, Suzanne, for hosting the challenge again this year. It’s been fun to answer the questions. πŸ™‚

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Question # 27

27. If there were no restrictions such as money or employment, where would you most like to live?

My Answer:

I’m pretty sure we would still live here in our hometown, otherwise we would have already relocated somewhere else.

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https://mcclendonvilla.wordpress.com/2017/09/28/2017-september-challenge-back-where-i-come-from-day-28/

Question # 28

28. Was your hometown like one big family or just a group of strangers?

My Answer:

I’d say our little area was somewhat like family, in that we knew a lot of the people, neighbors, kids, and such. We, ourselves, had our parents, grand-parents, aunts, uncles, and cousins, all living close together, so we were always visiting each other. In other parts of town, I don’t know how it worked for them.

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Thanks for visiting! Peace }i{

Β© 2017 BS

4 responses »

  1. How great to have all that family so very close. It can have its moments, but overall, I think it is the best set up! It used to be like that for me back in South Carolina. My grandparents, all 4 of them, lived in the same county as I did. My daddy’s sister and her husband and kids lived there. My mama’s oldest sister and the ex-wife of her second oldest brother lived there, too. My great-grandpa’s sister and nieces lived there. All of my daddy’s daddy’s siblings lived there, too. We couldn’t throw a stick without hitting a relative there. πŸ™‚

    Thanks for participating. Have a blessed day!

    • That’s funny what you said! Seems that way for us, too, as we all lived really close by each other, and visited all the time. I miss those days, as people moved, or passed on. Glad I have my diary, and the memories. πŸ™‚

      • πŸ™‚ I’m glad we have our memories, and sometimes photos of those days. All our early experiences have contributed to who we are today.

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