What I Love About Living in Wyoming

The largest theater we have here has twelve screens. Not 16. Not 24. Why do I like this? There are less choices to get caught up in. Less of an "I can spend lots of money on entertainment" vibe in my opinion. Of course, if we NEED more movie choices Colorado is nearby.

It snows. (and blows but that doesn't not make this list) The fact that it can spontaneously snow might freak some people out. Driving in it still has the aptitude to do so for me. However, I LOVE the possibility that there could be snow on the ground when I wake up in the morning. I'm a kid at heart after all.

The schools aren't as big. I am hoping this means more personal attention. I've not had personal experience with this as Abby doesn't start school until August but I've been told by many people that the schools are great.

There are horses (and buffalo) around. I like being able to drive and see a country like atmosphere. It's pretty around here to me. Trees, grass, open space.

We are only 3 hours from my sister-in-law. I love that woman.

We are not far from the Denver Airport. This I like because if we have friends and family visit we don't have far to go to get them! ;)

My friends. God continuously puts awesome women in my path. People I love to spend time with. I am so thankful for my friends, here and everywhere.
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