Where are you?

This may seem a silly post, but I am so curious as to where you live. I know many places already in the USA and around the world, but if you don’t mind, please just put in comments simply where you live.
(for those in USA, please give state). Won’t take a moment, but I know it will be very interesting.

I live in California (the North state), USA. The photo below is for your pleasure, I hope!

Thank you so much! πŸ™‚ bail-reflection-used

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12 Responses to “Where are you?”

  1. Tammy Says:

    Hey Marsha

    I live in Murfreesboro Tennessee!

    Have a great day

  2. Dan Says:

    Hai, I live in Rugby, in the UK πŸ™‚ nickname drugby, but I’m clean, but I would love to get out once in a while πŸ˜€

  3. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    I’ve been to Tennessee, but don’t believe I have been to your town. Maybe some day that will happen. Thanks!

  4. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    Hi Drugby! Thanks for your input. UK one place I have not been, but would love to sometime. Is Rugby the sport of choice in Rugby? That’s a tough game. Don’t worry-they only let me out once in a while too! πŸ™‚

  5. sanjiwan pradhan Says:

    Hey, I can not live up to your expectation,for I live in one of the poorest contry in the world.

  6. marsha o'brien Says:

    I am well aware of that fact. None of us can dictate where we are born or in what circumstance. What I don’t exactly get is “what expectation?” Let me know and I will try to explain; but for now I am not certain of what specific thing / or
    things you mean. πŸ™‚

  7. sanjiwan pradhan Says:

    I know you are well exprienced about the circumstances of life.You have,in course of time,confronted it very boldly.Yet,I have experienced it differently:the roof of my house leaked during rain and I together with my brother shifted the bed hither and thither the whole night.And no matter how rich I have grown, this has taken its root to my heart and doesn`t move at all. I will send you a complete information of my village and the photograps in your e id very soon.
    Good luck.

  8. Marsha J. O'Brien Says:

    Sanjiwan, I know the poverty MANY countries around the world suffer. My heart goes out to all who are in need. You don’t know though, what my circumstances have been in my lifetime. There were times I ate potatoes for a month because they were cheap. I remember having only rice one time. My living quarters have not been as bad as yours, but no one can judge the hardships of another. I have been beaten up, had a shotgun held to my head with threats, forsaken by someone I thought loved me, and MUCH more. But I am a survivor and cannot allow thoughts of the past to control the only moments of my life that I HAVE now. Each moment has to be a treasure no matter what. Life is fleeting. Each
    circumstance we may have NO control over, but we ALWAYS have the choice of our response to the situation! I choose happiness. I choose keeping my faith and believing in miracles. It isn’t always easy, but it’s always within my mind and heart to choose….I would love to see information about your village and photographs and it’s location within your country. Blessings to you and your family!

  9. Beverley Says:

    Just stumbled across your journal – hopping from one to another trying to find something that ‘grabbed’ me. I think yours did! Thanks for that.
    Oh yes I’m from Sydney Australia.
    Blessings!

  10. Marsha O'Brien Says:

    Thank you for posting with me! I am so glad I grabbed you! πŸ™‚ I am in Utah
    right now with family and only get on the internet once a week, but will be home in a week or so and will start posting regularly. It’s snowing and zero and I
    love it. Can’t ski as I am recovering from a broken leg! Thanks again….always have wanted to go to Australia.

  11. Meleah Says:

    Thanks for the lovely comment Marsha. It was very encouraging.

    I’m responding to you on this thread because I wanted to contribute my “location” πŸ™‚

    I live in two places. I spend half the year in Silverdale WA, a small town near the Olympic Mountains in western WA. However, I go to school in Boise Idaho. The two places couldn’t be more different. Western washington is very wet and very green. We have really tall, evergreen trees and snow covered mountains. In Boise, however, it’s a lot like Salt Lake City except our mountains are smaller. It’s high desert – aka very hot in the summer, and very cold in the winter. And usually very brown.

    I prefer Washington πŸ™‚

  12. Marsha O'Brien Says:

    I love the state of Washington! Have never been to Silverdale, though I did
    spend time in Bellingham. It was beautiful. I have been to Boise several times, but high desert is not my favorite environment. I love the mountains and the trees too! πŸ™‚

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