Wesley Crusher
Wesley Crusher answered Don Barzini's question

Well...uhm... San Francisco!

My first job after college was there, the first apartment I rented on my own was there, the first house I bought which I'm renting now is there, and if my current job isn't down the street from where I am now I would still be up there.

It's where I learned how … Read more

PJ Stein
PJ Stein answered Don Barzini's question

I have a  fickle heart. I live 15 miles from where I grew up and love it the area. It is a great "home base" for me. But deep down I have a traveling heart. I am my happiest when I get to see new sights and meet new people.

VetustIor Humo
VetustIor Humo answered Don Barzini's question

Unlike most folks, due to my upbringing, no physical location or geographical area can lay claim to my heart. In actuality my heart is in the same place where I hang my hat.

Veronica Dultry
Veronica Dultry answered Don Barzini's question

I am blessed to live in the area I was born and raised in. I love it here. This is my heart.

However, sometimes my heart yearns to go back to those places I fell in love with. There are places on the East coast that still haunt me to this day.

YoWanna Cook
YoWanna Cook answered Don Barzini's question

My friend, Z. This is a great question. My answer is a tad bit different so please bear with me. ☺. The younger Yin and Yang ran a muck in the town we use to live in. But life has a way of throwing you curve balls and we ended up in the town we … Read more

Don Barzini
Don Barzini answered

For me, it's Ravello, Italy. My stepfather brought me there as a youth, and I have taken my own family back 3 times.

If it weren't for the peculiar politics, I'd live there now. But if certain trends continue here in the US, emigration is on the table.

Troy  Lee
Troy Lee answered Don Barzini's question

Although my heart has had a long desire to at least visit Alaska, it hasn't yet. So it remains right here with me where I've lived all my life and in the surroundings I've never cared to leave. And where property taxes are not outrageously high compared to others.