Tell me about the place where you were born.

@kbkbooks (7030)
Canada
November 24, 2006 7:49pm CST
I was born in Milton Massachusetts. I lived in Massachusetts in a few different places until I was 12. Massachusetts is a nice state. It is very rich in American history, for example stories about Paul Revere. It's got land along the Atlantic Ocean, it has Boston and other cities, and it has the Berkshire Mountains in the western part of the state. Milton, where I was born, is just outside the Boston area. I also lived in Belmont, another suburb. I also lived in Cambridge and Dorchester. I lived in Lenox in the western part of the state, too.
1 response
• United States
16 Jan 08
i love massachusetts, most importantly i love boston. I LOVE going to Fenway, just the energy there is fabulous. Anyways, I was born in Nashua, NH. Lived in Hudson, NH for 8 years.. then we moved to Littleton, MA. It's very small here, not many people.. really quiet, hence the name. But like most of the other small towns in mass, business is growing.. they just built a new plaza near the common. And are still building a new and the only car dealership in Littleton. I don't really like it, or understand how my uncle Joe (Town Selectman), can approve this for Littleton. A lot of the citizens in Littleton, that have lived here for years are not very happy. Saying it's destroying the town history. But, I would love to move further away, for a change, get out of New England for a little bit. Who knows, I'm 18 and have a lot of time ahead of me. :]
@kbkbooks (7030)
• Canada
17 Jan 08
It's very cool that you moved to Littleton MA. I love Littleton, NH, which you must be aware of also? It's too bad though when a small town has a lot of political and financial conflict. I lived in a very small town with a population of less than 1000 and the town council and the citizens that had money in town were always bickering. It was a lovely place, esthetically, but the political atmosphere sucked.
• United States
17 Jan 08
yes i love littleton, nh also. every summer me and my family stay in a condo in lincoln, nh, and we always drive to littleton. small towns have their pros, but they also have a lot of cons. its okay though, i have been here for 10 years so i would definately call it my hometown. basically, my entire family grew up in littleton, ma. my father lived here for the first 20 years of his life. :] thats why we moved here when i was 8 or 9 years old.