I've lived in all kinds of environments, over the years. I've lived in the suburbs. In a college town. Tropical island paradise — in both super-controlled environment with air conditioning and the sweltering heat of no full amenities. I've lived in the desert. I haven't lived in mountains, but I've spent enough time there to know what it's like. Same with farms, West Coast and East Coast. And the Midwest. And Texas. And swampy areas and woody areas. And a foreign place (Okinawa).
Oh, and military bases, which are suburbs but not. I've lived in medium-sized towns and small towns as well. I've lived out in the sticks, even out in the boondocks.
Where I've NEVER lived, for more than a day or so, is the big city. Any big city.
I've visited several different cities several times, but never lived there. And don't think I'd like to, really. Cities are too crowded, too noisy, too cramped. I'm sure I could live near a city, outside a city, and visit the city now and then. But to live in one, full time? Don't think so.
That being said, I don't think I'm really a country kind of guy either. I like being out in the country, and can do so for extended periods of time, but I don't think I'd like to live there permanently. There are some city-like, urban amenities that the country doesn't offer, at least not without driving for hours.
So I'm not the city mouse. I'm not the country mouse.
Am I the surburbia mouse? Tropical island mouse?
Fuck if I know.
Probably I'm an outskirts kind of guy (and a trying to get up yer skirt kinda guy).
There's a new story (to 99.9% of you) up at DZEROTICA. Enjoy!!
Random Guam Fact Of The Day:
• Two of Guam's villages — Dededo and Yigo — hold the majority of the island's population.