Both have their upsides, but... "thank God I'm a country boy"!... (at heart)
i take country anyday~city just to busy~strays out crawling all time of night more than cats n dogs~it's way more peaceful
you cannot fully love one or the other unless you have had both , one enhances the other
I have done the two extremes and like them both. Small town living is what I don't like.
I prefer to live on the outskirts of a city area. <br />
I do not like living out in the deep country. <br />
The country for me just doesn't offer enough fun things to <br />
do and there is not enough people to meet and so forth. <br />
the city offers more. More job opportunities. More <br />
fun things to do and explore. But> there are areas in <br />
the city that you need to stay away from... because <br />
some areas of the cities have some things you dont want <br />
to be a part of either. Right now I live in more like a <br />
populated suburb. Its a change for me. but I am liking it <br />
for now. Very peaceful and the people here are very friendly
City living, the country is relaxing, but very boring and lonely.
I feel at ease everywhere I go. As longs as I'm surrounded by easy-going folk.
always lived in a city, so i really can`t say
It's a tough one... I think you want to be wherever the things you love and enjoy are. For me, being able to choose between either whenever I feel like it, would be ideal!
city living for me please ... but not any city.. it has to be a big one ... hubby and I are moving from a smaller town to the big city of Toronto Ontario in ten days ... I can hardly wait!
I spent 20 years in suburbia, then 10 years in the big city--then 15 in the country. I've been living and working in the big city the past few months and I'd like to live----in the big city! Too much work and too much driving around in the country.<br />
''darrrling I love you, but give me Park Avenue!"
I used to want to live in the country when I was younger. Though now that I'm older I enjoy living in the city. I like the convenience of having everything nearby.