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Comment by Katie from Negaunee
Right here in the good ol' UP. There's no better place to be in my opinion :D
Comment by Tania from Erieville
You seem to perform well...."wherever" you land! Go where you "feel inspired"!! And get that book written.....what are you waiting for!!?? I can't "read it" if your don't get it done! :)<br />
Comment by Linda from Peru
You should live wherever you feel happy and comfortable. Mostly it's a place within yourself that is happy and content. It is not necessarily a state or a city. Hopefully you have already discovered that in your travels... go for it.
Comment by Josh from Suwanee
Comment by Roxanne from L'Anse
I'd stay in the UP. Theres no place like home...:)<br /> I was the one that talked to you today at Wal-Mart.<br />
Comment by Missy from Hammond
Where could you POSSIBLY live that would be more fun or have better food than southeast Louisiana? But then, I'm a wee bit biased. *wink*
Comment by Jen from Elmwood Park
The town the Billy Sunday could not shut down<br /> <br /> Frankie doesn't just sing about any old city
Comment by Barb and Lowell from L'Anse across the bay from Baraga
Listen to your heart first, then listen to your fans!!!<br /> Smiles :<) and hugs 00000<br /> B and L
Comment by Theresa from Sault Ste Marie
Sault Ste Marie Michigan.. its in the UP and the Locks are a great place to see what is going on up and down river.
Comment by Kristen from East Lansing
The northwest or the west coast....'cause it's beautiful.