Welcome to Sassy Sunday number 3!! Yay!!! This week I’m going to combine it with this amazing post I found on Lyndzi’s blog, Lil Mrs Housewife. Go check out Lyndzi’s adorable and fun blog when you get a chance. With that said, on with the post.
1. Williamsburg, Jamestown, Richmond Area of Virginia
The thought of living really anywhere on the east coast, part of the 13 orignial colonies, type area, just makes my History buff husband and I drool 🙂 One day hopefully we’ll get the chance to live back east for at least a year.
3. San Antonio, Texas
My husband is in the Air Force, and all Air Force People “Cross into the Blue” through San Antonio, Texas. I immediately fell in love when I went there for his graduation from Boot Camp. I love the downtown area, the people were great, the food was good and I loved the military culture of the area. So I definitely could live here for a length of time.
4. London, England
Who wouldn’t want to live here for awhile! The fashion, the food, the history (again, we are super lame history buffs). Definitely a fun place to live. It really doesn’t need much more explanation than that 🙂
5. Seattle, Washington
6. San Francisco, CA
This is a city that has always been near and dear to my heart. I’ve been here so many times in my life and it was basically ingrained into my head that it was the most fantastic city. I recently took a Victorian Homes Walking Tour (which I highly recommend to everyone) and fell in love even more!!!
7. Savannah, Georgia
8. Chicago, Illinois (suburbs)
Chicago is a place that I have visited once, about 7 years ago. It was beautiful. I’ve always had a fascination with city living and Chicago and San Fran are some big cities I wouldn’t mind living in. I could probably talk my hubby into either one. Mention New York to him and he goes into convulsions…so this is probably as close as I could get him.
9. Denver, Colorado
Aside from being history buffs, we enjoy the outdoors. I’m a newbie in the outdoorsie area, but my husband is an Eagle Scout, need I say more. We try to camp several times a year and I enjoy going on easy hikes with him. For our anniversary I gave him a day out to go on a big hike. So we would enjoy every second of living here I think, and exposing our children to all the outdoors has to offer.
10. Sydney, Australia
This is a hubby pick! Once he said it, i totally agree 🙂 I know that I’ve always wanted to at least go here at some point, but living here for a year would be icing on the cake 🙂
I know that I’m only supposed to do 10, but I couldn’t resist throwing just one more in there. Alaska. It sort of falls into the same category as Denver. All the amazing things you would experience in Alaska! I would be excited to live there for at least a short while.
Now of course there are about 50 million other places that I could add to this list!!! So many things to do and places to see that I don’t know if I could fit them all into one lifetime. But here’s a little taste 🙂 Now, onto the hop 🙂