Wednesday, June 1, 2011

You Know You Live in a Small Town...

You know you live in a small town when your weekly stop at the post office to mail books is expected.

You know when you're a little too entralled with books and fiction in general when your company starts looking for the nearest bathroom.

You know you live in a small town when you're on a first name basis with the ladies at the bank.

You know you probably have too many books when you invite someone over to "browse your shelves".

You know you are most likely addicted to pineapple when you can eat the entire fruit in one sitting.

You know you're either stalling or bored when you scan the "home" page of Facebook and keep letting it scroll on and on and on and on...

You know you live in a small town when two neighbors head out of town and you're in charge of: cats, cows, dog, chickens and oh yeah, one renegade skunk.

You know you've reached the end of this post when you're just about ready to click the X at the top of the screen. ;-))

Hope this brought a smile to your Wednesday.


  1. I really appreciate country/small town living everytime I come back from visiting my daughter in the city :0)

  2. Anne, agreed! Right there with you. :)

  3. Hahaha, very fun, Casey! :) I had a similar situation to your first point when I was at college--the ladies in the mail room expected me to get and send packages frequently. ;)


  4. Michelle, ;-))

    Amber, LOL! Isn't that funny? My mail lady and I are basically on a first-name basis.

  5. This is great!
    I'm in a very small town right now so I know what you mean!
    Thanks Casey!

  6. LOL, aren't small towns great, Faye? I love them! :-)

  7. I loved this post! I can relate to the small town stuff and almost all of the others :) I found your blog from Motley Crew blog! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Hi Mandy! Glad you liked the post today, thanks for coming over! :)


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