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04/01/2005 Entry: "MI-5, courtesy of Mel"
1. Of all the places you've lived which was your favorite?
Probably when I lived in my parent's house. It was in Spruce Head, and I didn't have to pay for it. Nor did I have to do any upkeep. Food was free. Traffic was light enough that you could play football in the streets in the evening.
2. What do you love the most & the least about where you live now?
Well, what I like most is that it's my house. I can do as I want in/with it. What I like least is now that we've got three kids, it's small. I need to get Paddy to owner finance his Victorian. That oughta have enough room!
3. How many times have you moved in your lifetime?
Three. When I was 22, I moved out of my parents house to a trailer in St. George. For 10 whole days I was a swingin' bachelor in my own pad. Then Susan and I got married, and we lived there for two years. Then we bought our house, where we've been for almost nine years. (It'll be nine in August.)
4. What is the longest time you have ever lived in one house & what made you move?
Well, see above. I was 22 years in my parent's home. Once I graduated college I got out and got married!
5. If you could create your own town & live there what would it be like?
It would be near the ocean. About six months of the year it would feel like June in Maine, and the other six would feel like October. The fire station would have an Ahrens Fox, a '59 Lafrance built on an International frame, and an old Cadillac ambulance. There'd be one cop, and he'd drive a cool old cruiser. Most times, though, he'd be down at the store drinkin' an icy cold Coca Cola in a glass bottle.