Tales of my journey from city girl to country woman.
May 2, 2010 in Poultry
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May 2, 2010 at 12:44 pm
oh girl, I am with ya. Since moving out here in the middle of nowhere, I have yet to make friends and it can be lonely. I still travel the hour to see my old playgroup mommas as often as I can. I have found that some people in small towns are not as friendly as I thought…… I figure in time it will happen….
I have had experience with being “friends” (mostly acquaintances) with religious people, a few very conservative…..we tend to stay away from religion during conversation. There was one girl we talked kids and photography. She was very nice and I liked her kids. Occasionally, we would have to overlook references to other parts of our lives. However, I think it would be hard to be very close with a ultra religious person just for the reasons you have written about. Most of my friends are liberal in their religious views and focus on the spirituality aspect, which I have come to be mostly comfortable with. Yeah, a person might be very nice and I can engage in small talk, but would find it difficult to FULLY respect someone who believes in fairy tales and bad science…..
it will be interesting to hear if anything develops for you with these women…. what has their response been to your comments?
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