One of the things I like about where we live is that it's a growing, thriving community with a small-town feeling about it. It's not so small that everyone knows everyone else, but not so big that you can get lost trying to find the grocery store. It has terrific shopping, nice places to go out to eat, but when giving directions you can tell someone, "well, turn right at the next high school you see, and you'll be there."

And what amuses me about this thriving, small town attitude city?

This place is just small enough that the newspaper warns parents when report cards are coming out.


Kids, you can run to the Factory Outlet Stores, but ya can't hide...

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