I'm doing this from the iPad, so hopefully it doesn't format weird or anything.
If it does I'll fix it later. :)
Susanne asked a question about where I'd like to live, and I'm not supposed to say Florida! But the problem is, Florida *is* where I want to live! I love it here. This is my home in a way that I don't think many other people get. For all that it has it's problems, and every place does, I understand Florida. I feel like I'm a part of it in a way I don't think I could ever feel anywhere else.
But for the sake of the question, if I had to live somewhere else...
If we're talking in the US, then I'd want to live somewhere in the Midwest, where I (and my husband, because I think the only thing that could get me to move out of Florida is marriage) could have a little farm. I've gotten too used to the space we have out here to ever really be happy in a big city.
But if we're talking anywhere in the world, I think I'd like to live somewhere in the Middle East. In part because it is so different from where I've always lived and oddly because I think that Southern culture has a lot of parallels over there and I maybe wouldn't feel like a complete fish out of water.
The other part of Susanne's question was about where I'd like to travel. Well that's easy enough: Everywhere! I'd like to see every part of the world, if given the chance. It's all so different and so fascinating, how could I just pick one or two places?