Home is where you hang your hat.
Home is where the heart is.
Home’s where I belong.
For several months now, hubby and I have had a plan in place which includes selling our house and finding property in Missouri to start our little homestead. Part of that plan is still in place, but the part that is up-in-the-air now is location.
There are so many beautiful places here in the U.S. that will allow us to complete our vision – A few acres of land in the country. A home with a porch where we can sit in the evenings sipping a cold drink while the girls and dogs run around the yard. A creek that runs thru the property where we can splash in the water on a hot day or just spend time exploring. A pond for fishing. A large garden and a small orchard. Chickens ridding our property of bugs and providing us eggs and some fresh meat from time-to-time. Goats for milk and entertainment. A couple of horses for riding (if Lili has her way). Fresh air and a beautiful view that includes hills and trees.
I love the vision of our little homestead, but since very few people are able to live their lives without some source of income, we will ultimately need to go where the job leads us. So the question is, where is home? Where will we hang our hat? Where is our heart? Where do we belong?
And one last question . . .
If you could live anywhere in the U.S. where would it be and why?
Debbie–Ever since the late 1980’s I have wanted to live on the Oregon Coast. So beautiful there!!
I agree! The Oregon coast is beautiful!!!
Right where I live. Well, a slightly bigger house would be nice. But I LOVE Northwest Arkansas. I love visiting other places (like Florida and Tennessee and San Francisco) but I truly love where we are. A good hike (a favorite pastime) is only a short drive away. We have all four seasons (though I don’t like the winter as much, it could be worse). I can’t wait to see where YOUR perfect home will be!
If I didn’t know better, I would say you were putting in a plug for NW AR 🙂