Friday, January 23, 2009

Where would I go?!

We have come up with a question here at the general store. We both feel very strongly that it will sell and it will sell soon so our minds are free from the stresses of now and everything. Anyway, needless to say, hubby asked me a question. You see, moving to Texas is what we are doing because we both feel there is something for him to be doing there. Not me...him. We don't know if it is work or calling wise. I am just along for the ride. Anyway, needless to say he brought up the question...if he were to keel over right after signing the papers for the sale and we had not bought the house down in Texas...where would I go? Where would I move? Now that is a question!!! I am perplexed. I assure you it would be somewhere colder than here... Not that I don't love the warm Africa hot summers here, but I could do without it in the end. Maybe back into the Pacific Northwest...great writing weather let me tell you!!! Or even Idaho. I truly don't know. What I do know is that if money were no object I would throw myself back over to Tahoe and enjoy the snowy winters and beautiful summers. I would give my kids the same upbringing that I had. Now that would be a blast!!! Of course,Alaska wouldn't be bad, Italy is always on my mind...Scotland, but I think i would prefer to stay in the good ol' USA. So that being said...Where would you move if you could pick anywhere?

6 comments:

Cali Girl said...

Not Texas :)

Jen said...

charleston, south carolina!!!!

liz said...

you bought a house in texas?

Anonymous said...

I am almost there, I live in NC but I love the Beach, It will be the beach in either NC or SC. I love them both.

Tammy said...

Unfortunately, no we haven't bought a house in Texas yet. We are trying to wait patiently for the sale of the store, but unfortunately patience is not my forte. i will definitely learn soemthing out of this.

Nicole said...

At this point in my life I'm totally lovin the city life, but growing up in the foothills so close to the mountains I also love the mountains... so maybe somewhere like Denver where I could combine the two... or if I had my design degree I would love to live in San Francisco or New York for like 5 years, I think it would be a great culture experience and a great way to make contacts in the industry!