I've been round the world many times. I've never felt further from home though than when my father died and I was across the ocean in a combat zone.
I can relate. It was not my father, but my great grandmother (I missed seeing her while on leave, even though she wanted to see me0, and I was in the tall grass of Viet Nam.
Your kidding. F U K off with your best question EP. Why insult ?/..
One can't be "fur" from home, only far...
FYI -- Anytime a sentence or question deals with literal DISTANCE -- use FARTHER, not further.
Hope you're not offended by my pointing this out -- it's a pet peeve of mine, which makes it really MY problem, but I'm trusting that you are a person who wants to learn and grow and therefore will be grateful for the information rather than offended.
That said, as far as the heavens are from earth because I'm really only a visitor here.
What really gets me is that (at least on my end) I have spell check., and even then, people post comments and questions with horrific spelling. Bad grammar although offensive also I can understand what with the dismal state of our education system
I don't think our poor education system (America is where I am) is a decent excuse for poor grammar. You are suppose to self-educate in your free time. Not rely on school only. Those that use very poor grammar tend to be the people who didn't give a flying flip about school. The education system didn't fail them. They failed themselves.
93 Million Miles.thats the distance to our local 24/7 Moon,I have always been a dreamer !
From California to Washington D.C.
I was living in Texas but moved to the Phillipines.
ive been as far as my packet of breadcrumbs will last.
Not far enough from the hearts.
Rome. And Rome isn't that far away from home. ;D
Half way around the world
Well, since I've moved all over the place I can't give you any exact distance. But I currently live in Missouri, moved here from the Tampa Bay area of Florida last, and I have been all the way to Corpus Christi, Texas.
"Home" is pretty much something I take with me when I go.
Hawaii, no idea how far it was, but its a really long way.
Home: New York. Place - Australia. When I felt most far from home - 1st gay experience.
23 hours flight! Don't know in miles, but it's Grand Canyon, for a holiday. I live in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Over the moon when seeing my first born......
England.. What a trip.. lol
I've been to the Netherlands, in an experience I would repeat in a minute. I was treated like a prince, and the non-musical tours were as much fun as the singing, which is why I went. Lovely people, willing to help you learn what little one can learn in two weeks of the language.
1000 miles away
i was a long haul flight attendant so i went as far as i could, i guess norther uk is as far from australia as i could get?