I love how home-y the Midwest is, we're kind of laid back.
I also hate the extreme cold in winter, extreme heat in summer, and the extreme humidity.
I'm moving to Seattle. (:
I think I'll miss the farm smells. l:
I know I'll miss the farms. I really don't know what Seattle is like other than being rainy. :D I'm looking forward to that, besides the ocean and mountains next door?
If you've been to Seattle, you should DEFINITELY give me ups or downs so I can get a better picture in my head. (: Tonka Bunch!
I can handle Indiana winters, but the summers are much hated by me.
I do like living in a small town and the trees and the snow and the idiotic people.
What I love about here (Minnesota) is that it's a place that you can call home, and it's just easy going and diverse and wonderful. I also love the extremes.
I just don't like how sometimes I feel stuck here, and there seems like everything else is going on around us while we're stuck at a standstill.
I hate that as well your in the middle on the country and it feels like everything is so far away and there is no escaping it
I live in Wisconsin and I hate how there is only two things Wisconsin is known for. The Green Bay Packers and Farming. I don't like the Packers and I don't live on a farm but every time i go to another state and I tell someone I'm from Wisconsin they automatically ask one of two questions. Do I like the Packers? or Do I live on a farm? There should be more than 2 things that people think of when they hear the word Wisconsin.
The weird weather. Especially in So. Illinois a whole lot of humidity in the summer and weirdness in the winter. 75 one day and 29 two days later really lol
Favorite thing: fall is really pretty, and I love harvest time. :)
Least favorite: I'm so sick of corn. And the snow can get pretty bad. And it's so hot. Blargh.
I love spring in the midwest it's always perfect and while I do hate that it can get extremely cold I think it makes us appriciate the warm months better and same for having hot summers I think it all balances out. I hate well at least in IL and IA the corn how you can drive FOREVER and see nothing but row after row after stupid row of corn it gets so boring!
I'm from the more northern reaches of the Midwest, and I really like how accessible oudoorsy things are. I love all the great hiking/snowshoeing/lake front areas up here. I'm a fan of the diversity of weather too.
However, I'm allergic to what feels like half the plant life up here, which can make life pretty miserable at times. I also am not a fan of how isolated it can feel up here from the rest of the world. Its nice for a while, but there isn't anything I want to do here career wise, so it does feel 'stopped in time' a bit.