121 thoughts on “Where my peeps at?!”

      1. It’s just too peaceful and safe to live in ??Ghana??. And of course, a lot of tourists sites like the Mole National Park, Kakum National Park, Boti Falls, Monkey Sanctuary, Cape Cost Castle together with the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum and many others both natural and artificial ??????.

  1. Dear Joni,
    I am from Finland – here we can see the polar lights in the wintertime and in the summer time we have the mid-night sun – shining 24 hours.
    All good wishes
    Didi

      1. Yes, indeed it is and the nature is just fantastic. they also call country of the 1000 lakes. Infact we have over 100000 lakes here, surrounded by large forests. If you go to the north you can walk many days in the nature and will not see any persons…
        Have a good time, dear Joni
        Didi

    1. Hi! It’s really incredible to connect with so many people here, in the same place, that are so far from each other. I love it!

  2. I’m from Chillicothe, Ohio. I love the farm land, hills, trees, lakes, and ponds. The changing seasons are spectacular as well. Summer fairs, changing of colors in fall; sled riding, snow-man making and snowy Christmas’s in winter, and the fresh chirping of birds and witnessing the birth of new life in Spring.

  3. I am from Canada! Was born and raised in Ontario and moved to Calgary in my 20’s. Eventually we will probably move to the US. Is the word peep American slang for friend? We do not say that in Canada.

    1. I have two great Canadian friends. Hope to visit someday! Peeps… Plural of person; slang. Same as saying, where are my people/friends? ?

      1. Thank you for clarifying. A girl from the US on social media would often say peeps and I wondered where that slang came from. I have a couple of US friends and we send letters to each other. Each year, I try and send Christmas cards with a couple of personal photos and stickers, Canadian things (maple leaf keychains etc.) and other random things.

  4. I’m southeast of San Francisco—I’m in a part of Fremont that feels like it’s own small town. Lots of trees, a breeze, and sunshine. 🙂

      1. Yes, I like living here. Of course, I have lived here all my life, so I don’t know what it would be like anywhere else. We are basically part of a tri-cities, yet each is separate. Kitchener has a population of about 150,000. We have a college, and one of our neighbouring cities, Waterloo, has two Universities.
        Although we are in this metropolis, within a 15-20 minute drive we can be in the country, in a Mennonite farming community, seeing horse and buggies as the means of transportation for many.
        A unique community.

      1. For me, spending time with my kids and going to Celebrate Recovery every Thursday. For the rest of the town…probably going to Walmart. It’s the only store within a 30 mile radius.

  5. South Louisiana here! Best thing about my home town – the PEOPLE! Everyone cares about everyone – can’t beat that southern hospitality!

      1. The countryside, as I now live in a rural area. The mountains and not living far from the sea. I’m also within easy reach of cities like Chester and Liverpool. The peace most of all.

  6. Hi, I live near Toledo, Oh. The glass capital of the world. Well, we were known for that. Even though the ancient Egyptians made glass first. And home to where Jeep got started. Take care.

  7. Originally from New Zealand, but as they say in Texas (where I live now), “I got here as fast as I could!” ?
    New Zealand is a beautiful country with so much packed into a small space (the whole country is the size of Colorado), you can go snow skiing in the morning and to the beach in the evening. It should be on everyone’s bucket list! ?

  8. Hi Joni – just noted that you ‘liked’ a post I’d contributed to a short while back – thank you.
    I read your background and the tragic loss you encountered, but really admire your steps forward in dealing with life.
    Just for this post, I’m born and bred in Coventry. A West Midlands City in England.
    I presently live in North East England with my wife, Beverley, who is from this area.
    Noticed you were recently awaiting an appointment with the Neurologist, hope it went okay?
    I am in Sunderland hospital later today for major surgery, hopefully if all goes well, I should be discharged by the weekend!
    Lovely to make contact with you and keep tackling each day as it comes.
    Paul x

    1. Hi Paul! Thanks for stopping by! I hate to hear about your surgery. I’m praying you have a speedy recovery! Glad to have connected and look forward to reading more from you!

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