I love living up North

My parents were born and raised way down South, and that is all that they ever knew.

  • My dad refused to move up North when he had the opportunity about twenty years ago.

I was just a little girl at the time, so I did not understand why my dad did not want to move. All I knew was that there was snow up North where we could have moved, and I had never actually seen snow in person before. I wanted to move up North so badly. Well, I ended up going to college and meeting the man of my dreams who just so happened to be a northerner. When we finished our degrees, we got married and moved up north. He already had a job secured in the city that he grew up in, so it was obvious that we had to live up North and not down South with my family. I do miss my family, but I absolutely love living up North. I love the cool weather. My husband and I have never used an air conditioner in our house. It is just not hot enough to need an air conditioner even in the middle of the summer. I just put a couple of fans in the windows downstairs, and it keeps the house at a comfortable temperature. We do have to use the furnace about three-fourths of the year though because it gets quite cold here, but I love it, and I love the snow just as I thought that I would as a little girl.



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