September 3rd, 2010 - Cathy-623017 said:
Well, from the results of this poll, people either stay put within 20 miles of their home, rebound to their hometown after being away, or move a long, long way away (more than 250 miles). Hmmm..... I wonder what that means? Just found it interesting that there was an apparent tolerance level for distance from home. I guess if you're going to live within 250 miles of home, you might as well live within 20 miles of home. Otherwise, it seems pointless according to this poll.
September 3rd, 2010 - Belle-621359 said:
I have lived all over the country, but have even had dreams about walking down the country road where I grew up. When I got a chance to move back to Tennessee, I jumped at it. Since I consider becoming a Catholic as 'coming home' also, you might say that I've come home to two homes, Catholic abd Tn.
August 24th, 2010 - John-362098 said:
I grew up in a smaller town in Northeastern NY. There weren't any jobs there after graduation, so like many people in the 80's and 90's, I headed West to where the jobs were. I am finding the the central and Western parts of our country have lower taxes, are more family friendly and are more friendly to religion and the cities are cleaner than the East where no one cares.
August 11th, 2010 - Maureen-611935 said:
I grew up on 11 acres of land in a rural area, moved to the city of Philadelphia for college and my frist job and now live in a seaside community. "How different is your geographic area from where you grew up?" would make a really interesting poll as well.