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Urban – #AtoZChallenge


The word “urban” is making me want to cheat and find another word.

Although, according to Merriam-Webster online, urban means “of, relating to, characteristic of, or constituting a city,” the word always conjures houses on the outskirts of a city. The city is where the businesses and apartment buildings are, and the residential areas are urban. No?

Or maybe I’m thinking of the suburbs. Which I suppose means sub (below) the urbs (the city).

I’ve only once lived outside of the urbs. On a farm where I shoveled horse poop for a living. Such a glamorous job, and yet so rewarding. I know some people just can’t stand to reside in the city, and some wouldn’t live in the country unless they were dragged there kicking and screaming. Me? I’m comfortable anywhere. I love the quiet and I enjoy the constant noise–mostly because after a while I don’t hear it anymore.

Then again, crickets are everywhere in the summer.

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Author: LindaGHill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

9 thoughts on “Urban – #AtoZChallenge

  1. When I was young living in the city was all I wanted. All the things were there, like movie theaters and malls. Now I am surrounded by sagebrush and happy as a clam–looks. Who can tell, maybe clams are permanently depressed with a smile on their shells?


  2. I quite like living in a town, I can’t bear too much hustle and bustle, but I don’t like it too quiet either!


  3. My experience is that the suburbs have their own noise that has to be ignored.

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  4. I live in what you would call the ‘burbs. Quieter and my building overlooks a golf course. Big city, but almost not 😉


  5. I’m pretty happy wherever I am too!


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