spending four years at indiana wesleyan, along with having friends and family who still live in indiana, has given me plenty of opportunities to drive that same path over and over.
the same roads.
the same farms.
the same windmills.
the same little towns.
there's something in me that loves to be near the ocean and mountains, but there's definitely something inside me that loves these midwest states.
so here's a list for you of a few things i'm going to miss about the mid-west.
1. my family and friends (obviously.). you guys are incredible and i wouldn't be mad if you all moved to AK. just keep that in mind…
2. fields and farms. i love them. i've always been around them and there's something so 'homey' about them.
3. dietsch's. if you don't know what i'm talking about, please come to findlay, ohio asap and check it out.
4. being able to go on a long drive. you know, longer than 45 minutes. nothing can replace a long drive, down a straight road, fields on both sides, windows down, country music blaring.
5. being able to leave town without having to purchase a ticket -- spontaneity is a blessing.
here's to the midwest.