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I totally hear you. We live in a university town, although ours is significantly bigger than the one I think you might be talking about. We have just over 350,000 people and the urban sprawl is insane. Luckily we live in a little "village" within our city and never really have to leave it if we don't want to. We have a small town feel with all the amenities at our finger tips. I love having the culture of a nice sized city, although sadly our city is super white collar and while the culture is here, one has to look a bit harder to find. This is unlike when I lived in Toronto and there was culture on every street corner. I really miss that. Still, Toronto is only two-hours away.
I'm excited for your new adventure. If this is what you really want you guys will find a way to make it happen.
The possibilites are endless and living amidst all that culture and diversity is great for kids and adults alike.
Having said all this, I often wish I had that stone house in the woods. The country calls me too and I am often torn. Ah well - we'll be staying put for at least the next decade I imagine. xoxo Debbie
-ps love the pic of Gray playing on the map with his car. Isaac loves that too.

Shaunda Devins

Moving to a new place would be overwhelming for the kids but. If you think that would be good for you and your family, then go for it. My family and I moved to the city too, and we're having a grand time.

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