he wants to move out of the city with some acerage and an out building for the horse. he is trying to convince me how much solitude and contentment we will find there. all i see is isolation. kidlet would be starting a new school in fall anyway so we would have to get it done by then. i would hate to see her lose her friends and have to start all over again at such a fragile age. i don't want to drive 10miles to get to a grocery store. i don't want to drive 45 min to go see my mother who needs me on a weekly basis. where will we get straw and hay from? how will we pay for all of this? i have to live near access to a major freeway so i have a way out. i have never lived in the out areas, i am a city girl, actually a suburb girl. i don't want to be alone for 12hrs a day because he will leave for work at 5am and won't get home til at least 5pm and then there will be chores to do. he was raised in the mtns, the total sticks and that is what he wants to go back to. thank you for listening to me whine, no one else will.
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