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Old 03-20-2008, 05:54 PM
 
Location: In My Own Little World. . .
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SNU. Who made the rule about 10 characters for a post
I just passed that school yesterday coming back from Cox. It looks like a nice campus.
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Old 03-20-2008, 09:54 PM
 
Location: Bourbonnais, IL
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I just passed that school yesterday coming back from Cox. It looks like a nice campus.
The area along 39th looks much nicer than it did 10 years ago, with the new admissions building and gym.
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Old 03-21-2008, 03:17 PM
 
Location: Fort Worth/Dallas
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SNU. Who made the rule about 10 characters for a post
Southern Nazarene U? I don't know much about it, but good luck!
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Old 03-22-2008, 05:57 AM
 
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I want to hop freight trains and see America. You were so lucky. I say get out and see the world after college. Travel around. I was raised in a small town of CA. and moved to San Francisco area, then back to my home town, and then to Mississippi, Florida, Texas, and then San Diego. Now here. I am glad that I had those experiences. I wish I had moved to these places, the city of San Francisco, Alaska, and the Hawaiian Islands.
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Old 05-18-2009, 12:14 AM
 
Location: Flower Mound, Texas
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Hi, I can tell you that I have never been to Oklahoma. My husband has a possible job opportunity and we may be moving there over the summer (Tulsa). So maybe you can help me and I can help you here. I was born and raised in Omaha Nebraska lived there until I was 21 and moved to Southern California. I thought it was a cool place to live and actually hated it!! I did meet my husband there and after fifteen years we moved to Oregon. We lived in Oregon for almost ten years and moved to Eastern Washington State (Spokane). I can tell you one thing... every place has it's good and bad points. California is very trendy and considered the "cool" place to live. The weather is beautiful but the air is awful and it is EXTREMELY crowded and expensive. We never owned a house there. I would not want to raise kids there either, thank God we moved when my boys were 5 and 1, just before school started. Oregon is absolutely BEAUTIFUL but the weather is annoying... rain, rain, rain, grey skys nine months out of the year. People are nice, it is affordable and very liberal. I became depressed with the weather, but that is why it is beautiful.. Seattle is crowded, dreary but beautiful also. The eastern side of Washington is affordable but then again the weather... Lots of rain and the summer is short. Spokane has lots of things to do around the city. Snowboarding, watersports, lakes, amuzement parks, beautiful Idaho next door and close to Canada. I enjoy it, but again the weather. I miss the thunderstorms in Nebraska, lightning bugs and the down home feel of the people. So maybe I will like Oklahoma... What do you think and where should we go? Our boys love baseball and the outdoors.. Hopefully I was of some help... Bottom line,, do your research before you go.. It will always be one thing or another, you just have to pick your spot according to your desires and tastes...

Sincerely,
Raelyn
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Old 05-18-2009, 12:51 AM
 
Location: Oklahoma(formerly SoCalif) Originally Mich,
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Hi, I can tell you that I have never been to Oklahoma. My husband has a possible job opportunity and we may be moving there over the summer (Tulsa). So maybe you can help me and I can help you here. I was born and raised in Omaha Nebraska lived there until I was 21 and moved to Southern California. I thought it was a cool place to live and actually hated it!! I did meet my husband there and after fifteen years we moved to Oregon. We lived in Oregon for almost ten years and moved to Eastern Washington State (Spokane). I can tell you one thing... every place has it's good and bad points. California is very trendy and considered the "cool" place to live. The weather is beautiful but the air is awful and it is EXTREMELY crowded and expensive. We never owned a house there. I would not want to raise kids there either, thank God we moved when my boys were 5 and 1, just before school started. Oregon is absolutely BEAUTIFUL but the weather is annoying... rain, rain, rain, grey skys nine months out of the year. People are nice, it is affordable and very liberal. I became depressed with the weather, but that is why it is beautiful.. Seattle is crowded, dreary but beautiful also. The eastern side of Washington is affordable but then again the weather... Lots of rain and the summer is short. Spokane has lots of things to do around the city. Snowboarding, watersports, lakes, amuzement parks, beautiful Idaho next door and close to Canada. I enjoy it, but again the weather. I miss the thunderstorms in Nebraska, lightning bugs and the down home feel of the people. So maybe I will like Oklahoma... What do you think and where should we go? Our boys love baseball and the outdoors.. Hopefully I was of some help... Bottom line,, do your research before you go.. It will always be one thing or another, you just have to pick your spot according to your desires and tastes...

Sincerely,
Raelyn
It rains here too, more in the spring with Thunder storms and tornados. But if the gray skies happen to cause depression to set in, they have a number you can call,,,,,,,,,,unless the numbers been changed...........



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