Why I’ll Always Be a City Person

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Misty Moon recently wrote a story highlighting the differences between country people and city people. I agree with her ultimate conclusion that the differences between us are great but we have to come together. But while her post described the good things about living in the country, I wanted to explain what I love about living in a city.

The origin of my love for big cities

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Holly Case is a writer and aspiring therapist living in Texas. I’m obsessed with making the world a kinder place. Previous Top Writer in Parenting and Feminism.

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Holly Case

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Holly Case is a writer and aspiring therapist living in Texas. I’m obsessed with making the world a kinder place. Previous Top Writer in Parenting and Feminism.

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