From Cityville to Farmville!! I moved!

@jazel_juan (15767)
Philippines
March 6, 2011 12:48am CST
I was not online the past few days, 3 days i guess because we moved house. I was not referring to ffacebook online game when i said from cityville to farmville..lol i was more like referring to the location of my house. We used to lived in a place near the road, where the only sound we do here are the vehicles passing, its so just city! but since we, my huby and i decided that its time to have our own house since we used to live with my parents, we looked for a house and we found one near a farm, well it is not really the province or the country side, but the location has a farm at the side and at night and even at day we could here just crickets! hahaha and last night we even heard a gecko and i guess that was near a tree beside the house. Anyways it was tiring moving out, but all in all, we are all happy, comfortable and the place was peaceful and cool..with the breeze we get from the air. we loved it! The packing of boxes and clothes was not that cool, it tiring but just finished unpacking and now i am mylotting hahaha..anyone just recently moved? any experiences from moving out ?
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@thatgirl13 (7307)
• South Korea
6 Mar 11
Yep had quite a few experience of moving house and didn't like it at all. I loved my old house a lot coz i grew up there and had all my memories there. When i moved, i had to leave back all my friends too. People there were really friendly and i knew almost everyone in the society. After we moved, I never knew who my neighbors were and still don't know. I just lock myself inside the house. And actually it feels OK this way. But I'm glad you're loving your new house. Hope you have a great stay there.
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@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
7 Mar 11
Yes thank you thatgirl.it is quite an experience and an adjustment for me and the kids. the kids are loving it though, they have bigger space to run and jump.. am just worried about snakes though..there are a lot of grass..
• South Korea
7 Mar 11
We had snakes in the backyard of our old house. That terrified me but I loved my old house the best :D
@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
8 Mar 11
oh yes i am scared of them and i am vigilant lately for those creatures! wahh!
@ifa225 (11098)
• Indonesia
6 Mar 11
Hi Jazel, i just moved too, from city to peripheral. it was about a month ago, in 30th January for exactly. i need four weeks to moved all the stuffs and make the house tidy cause i have so much books. it is tiring, but now i enjoy the fun.
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@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
6 Mar 11
Oh my we are both the same, i am still having a hard time thinking where to put the other stuff..amd i also have plenty of books which sadly i need to leave at my mom's house because it is so plenty i know i do not have a space for it in my new house!
@ifa225 (11098)
• Indonesia
7 Mar 11
i have many things that i left too like refrigerator , cupboard and many this house is very very minimalist. we have to very efficient using every corner of the house
• Indonesia
6 Mar 11
Moving house is always contains 2 sides, so enjoyable and so heavy. Fun because we will see so many new things, it is hard because wi must to leave some good things in the places before we lived...and hard also because we must packaging and cleaning up, that sometimes spend our time and energy... Good move house anyway for you
@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
6 Mar 11
Yes it has its pros and cons but for me it has more pros than cons and i am loving every single bit of it right now with some adjustments
• United States
7 Mar 11
Im finally moving in with my fiance in just a couple days to our first home together. We both live with one of our family members and finally gonna have our own home and our own little family which is exciting. I hate packing more than anytrhing but fortuantly I dont have alot to move or atleast pack. But on the other hand she has a crap load of stuff. Its taking a while but its getting done and finally gonna have our own place.
@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
8 Mar 11
hhahaha women are often like that..so much stuff to pack even when traveling we tend to carry a lot of stuff
@globaldoc (860)
• Philippines
6 Mar 11
Oh no!!!I cannot change house. I just cannot live away from my neighbor's wife...
@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
7 Mar 11
then bring her with you!
• Bulgaria
6 Mar 11
I started with Farmville. All of my classmates play it - they was 10 levels up of me. I was so bored because they had 50 000 gold me 6000. I was played it 4 mounths and I stoped , but my friends play it and now. They are maybe 60 lvl I dont know really. Cityville I'm never play it. Every day I see this game because my friends play it too but i dont wanna to happen this like Farmville. I play other games not in Facebook. But really this games are cool for people who dont know how to spare time. One of my colleague are playing Happy ferm, Fermerama and one game more ( I dont remember his name) and what .. I started to play it and I play it with fun, nothing but I know its no sense but I play it and its really fun.
@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
7 Mar 11
I am so sorry Skrejka7802 i believe you did not read the whole discussion!
@Luwiego (623)
• Israel
6 Mar 11
Lol, i thought you are talking about facebook games . Its hard to move because you leave your friends, family... Good thing is you can meet new friends, see new things and ect.
@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
7 Mar 11
Oh well good thing you read it in full because someone didn't! lol you read other replies and you will see..
@topffer (29922)
• France
6 Mar 11
I had to move for my work and I do not like that : I left my girlfriend and many friends in my previous town, and it was not my first move. I never heard a gecko : I did not knew that these lizards where crying/singing or what you want. Crickets and cicadas are nice neighbors. Last spring I had a nightingale in my garden singing during the night and I hope he -- only the males are night singers -- will be back this year. My worst experience was not in the countryside but in the center of a town near a river : the river was full of frogs and they were croaking all the night.
@jazel_juan (15767)
• Philippines
8 Mar 11
wow a nightingale! we do not have that here! how i wish i could see one though..but i tell you we have plenty of frogs here! and mosquitoes it gets irritating at night.
• United States
7 Mar 11
So you are moving from the urban to the rural life. I think that is great, especially if you are tired of the noise and life of the city. Sometimes it is just too loud and way too crowded for your own good. Living away and in a place where the trees make the most noise is definitely worthy of a change. As long as it doesn't interfere too much with your financial burden (living away from the city might take away from your finances), it is definitely good news. Good luck to you!
@xien2xien (1383)
• Philippines
7 Mar 11
haha that's cool at first i really thought it's the game from facebook. Anyways ive done it once but it was from cityville to cityville.... actually i've done this when i moved out from my parent's house and start living alone in an apartment but what's cool is that i've only lived about 5 minutes away from my parent's house so almost everyday i'm still visiting them. i also bring my dirty clothes for my mom to wash kinda funny. i guess even though i'm independent now i'm still my parent's little baby and only princess :).. and for the record i'm a papa's girl :)
@dangaroo (234)
6 Mar 11
Sounds good, where abouts is this farm? In which country and region? I live in the city and that obviously has its conveniences and is suitable for a young person, lots to do but I do like the countryside and lived there for much of my life, I'm keen to have some goats one day!
@ebuscat (5949)
• Philippines
6 Mar 11
For me nice doing your job now.