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That would suck for me and for the county as a whole but whatever you need honey ..you go for it!


WHAT! I have to read in your blog that you're thinking of leaving this fine state of ours? Hope you tell me before you leave. I'd like to come visit one more time! Love ya Lisa, Pam


What a royal pain in the ass Michigan has become! There is absolutely NO FUTURE in Michigan! None!
I am going to be relocating in either Berea KY or London KY. Berea happens to be the Folk Art capital of Kentucky and is just off I-75. It is 76 - 77 miles North of the Tennessee border. London is off I-75 and is 40 miles north of Tennessee. It is warm; there are mountains; fresh air; warm, friendly people; lower taxes; gorgeous housing at a fair price. What more could I ask for? Why Kentucky you might ask??? Well to begin with living in either of these towns would allow me the time factor for travel back to Michigan to see my family and friends still left here. It also allows for them to visit me.

What has been done to Michigan is a crime. Come on Jenny---do something to try and help the few people that will continue to stay here!

I hope that I am out of here LOOOOOONNNNGGGGG before it would e my turn to turn off the lights!

BTW---if you like a good Sci-Fi movie, that is geared toward children and adults who are young at heart---I HIGHLY RECOMMEND "Zathura." I am an older adult and a proud grandmother of two gorgeaous little girls. I LOVED that movie! It was fantastic!


Hey, Lisa! I think Boise is a GREAT idea! That's much closer to where I am. We could finally get together!


TN isn't so bad either, you know, but I would go more towards the western end. I could drive over to see you!

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