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Well, got the call yesterday, I am transplanting back to my birth state. Grew up here in the north in TN. Start a new job on monday in Huntsville. I went to maryland for a couple years, it sucked. At least I have family in northern alabama and you can get a glass of sweet tea at a restaurant
Welcome home James. I ofter wonder what it would be like to get a job back home. I've been in the military from high school till two years ago when I got out. I was in the Montgomery area, Wetumpka exactly, and really engrained into the communittee. I have a great Church family, Cub Scout family, and friends I couldn't think of leaving. Everytime we moved we went through the social rebirth, and it does suck. But because your in such a great state and communittee, that will change quickly. Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Thanks greg, It is okay to live in your hometown, thats where I feel I am now, where I went to school. But the thing is that most people move away, marry or just simply lose touch after you've traveled like I have. Plus this area has grown so much over the past 20 years it is ridiculous, you can't even hunt anywhere anymore
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