[NOTE: Anyone who has been to Abilene, Texas, might want to read this]
I just wanted to pass along an interesting blog entry I came across when doing the traditional checking one friends blog, clicking on another person's blog from that friend's blog, then clicking on the blog of someone that commented to that blog and clicking on a blog from that blog, etc.
Don't act like you have never done that before! ;)
So I came across this blog and when I read the gentleman's thoughts on the header of his blog I was like, "this is going to be my kind of a blog!" I was immediately excited, so I began scrolling down and one of the entries caught my eye; I think you'll see why when you go to it.
But after reading it I couldn't help but think, "Is a place's geographic make-up really what gives it it's meaning? Does the weather and the greenary (or lack there of) really distinguish whether a place is 'heaven' or 'hell?'"
I just think some places have SO much more to offer than their physical appearance, well people do to for that matter!
[Note: Some of you might know the author of this blog; as far as I can tell I don't think I do. I don't have anything against the fella, I just seem to disagree with this entry, and thought y'all might enjoy the read as well, because while I didn't agree with it, I still found it interesting to read.]