I live near vidalia and am very happy here. My hubby spent 30 years in the military then 20 working for the federal government all were traveling jobs every few years so I am glad to settle down on a farm we inherited from his mom. you might say he is a farmer now even though he just plants what we want to eat and look at. I don't think I could live in the city again. don't know what I would do if I lost my hubby he is 73 now. can't think about things like that need to just be happy for the moment don't know what will happen the next one. sorry to bend your ear so much have faith all will be well and it will. hugs
I agree with you about living in the country! I grew up a farm girl, so playing in the dirt and planting is still in my blood! Of course, these days, it is mostly just planting flowers in the spring. Glad to see you do not live very far from Macon; so I'll think of you as a neighbor! LOL Think only happy thoughts! Send me a PM, if you would like to chat by email sometimes, so I can give you my email address.
..I will consider you a neighbor! LOL Think only happy thoughts, and enjoy each day. If you would like to ever chat with me, just send me a PM and I will give you my email address.
I am so sorry you have such difficulties with the arthritis issue. It is so frustrating to deal with daily problems of discomfort and limitations to our activenes! I grew up in Amory, MS., but have lived in Macon, GA., for the past 45 years, so this is now home. I travel to Amory almost each summer, as I have many friends and most of my famiy still there. Hugs, Angel
Angel, Macon is my home and always will be. I am very misplaced right now and if I ever get better so I can move, I am out of the Atlanta area! My only son is about 30 minutes from me but since he married(a whole family) he might as well ne in China! It takes an act of Congress to get to see him. I feel like I am all alone 99% of the time. He has a very needy family and he works long hours so he has no time just for himself. He forced me to move here in 2007 and in 6 months of my moving, he married. They seem to be happy but the situation seems sad to me. If it were me, I would not be happy!
My daughter lives in McDonough and deals with the Atlanta traffic jams to and from work each day. I told her I would never live in such a congested area. When you get better, move back to Macon; would love having you here! Hope you are feeling better today!
I empathize with the medical stuff. I have been limited since Saturday after working too hard Friday, and I still do not want to move. Mind over matter, til the mind goes I guess! I hope you find a new friend from your home town. Live Laugh Download Stitch!
Thanks! I talked to Lillian today and she brought up the fact that she had kin in Meridian and that is what got me started thinking about it.