Even though I grew up in a small town, I’ve always thought of myself as a city girl.
Being in cities (the bigger, the better) makes me come alive – always has.
I love the bustle and movement, the diversity and the color.
Never in a million years would I have thought I’d enjoy living on a farm or in the country.
On Saturday we spent some time at a friend’s place outside of town.
They live on two-and-a-half acres – just big enough for a barn, a horse, and a couple of ponies. Levi ran free the entire afternoon between the tire swing, the pile of tonka trucks under the big pine tree, feeding the horse, grooming the ponies, playing with the wheelbarrow, and who knows what else he got up to.
He ran around like he owned the place. Love would be an understatement here.
And although I still imagine myself as a “city girl” and can’t see myself desiring life on the ranch anytime soon… for the first time in my life I “got it” a little tiny bit.
I could see the draw, the pull, the motivation to get out and find yourself some space for the kids to run free.
Kids change almost everything, don’t they?
Q for you: Can you imagine living in the country? Or on a ranch or a farm?
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