The City that Never Sleeps
Growing up watching the tv shows, reading the books and the magazines, and everything else surrounding ‘THE City’ I’ve decided to write up this list of misconceptions, or not. The culture, the environment, the money, the opportunity. Where do I start? My cousin said it best: When you travel, you see how much bigger the world really is. So, as I promised myself I need to see what the great UNITED STATES OF AMERICA has to offer me.
If I could sum up the east coast, I’d say moderately conservative. I admire the North and its fast-paced lifestyle, just as much as I admire the South and it’s comfortable living. What beats southern hospitality, right?
So far, Virginia has offered me comfortable living at the nation’s largest natural coast. Although I don’t say it much, I am blessed that Virginia Beach is there all year long. and when I started this blog, I wanted to leave quick and find my own ‘home.’ Virginia Beach is indeed my home. Yes, i’ll take it all even with the worse drivers that can’t get through a tunnel let alone a little rain. BUT we breed numerous amounts of talent, too!
about people who have grown up in ‘THE City’ Sounds perfect to me, right? I’ve decided that another thing to put on my list of things to do before I die: live in a city. Although I’d like to believe that many cities share their similarities. New York has a different appeal. It’s style, the culture… it’s not like LA or Chicago or Miami.