posted on Jul, 8 2017 @ 08:24 PM
originally posted by: StoutBroux
a reply to: carewemust
It might be time to do some strategic planning based on logicistics and facts instead of emotions. Besides, now with FB and other social media,
friends are just a keyboard or microphone away.
I'll add that my wife's friend met her when we lived in NC around 2003-2004. We moved back to Georgia and they moved to Chicago, then they moved to
Atlanta, back to Chicago and now to NC. In that time, their interactions via phone and text have remained unchanged. Stout, is correct. Leaving
doesn't mean cutting all ties. In fact it's really easy to remain connected now.
You'll have to judge what's best for you but there would have to be a pretty serious reason now for me to ever consider Chicago or anywhere in
Illinois as an option. Considering the economy, it would be unlikely you couldn't find a better job with better pay in comparison to cost of living
elsewhere. Remember a lower wage isn't bad if the cost of living is much lower.