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moving east


Lady Kopaka

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Right now I'm living south of Nasvhille. I love it here, but it's too expensive. and I don't like the surrounding areas much either to live in. My initial plan was to go out west, to Denver, but that dream has fallen short. Smaller steps, I reckon.

 

East coast is great too though! My brother and I are moving pretty much to the edge of Tennessee, Johnson City. ETSU is there and it's a small town with mountains!!! I'm sold, honestly. if things work out, we move mid-July. Found a nice apartment and everything.

 

Speaking of ETSU, I'll be attending! I'm likely just going to start out part-time, but I (unless things change or I don't like the major) will be going for a B.F.A., concentration graphic design. maybe a minor in digital media. It's a weird thought...I haven't been in college since 2011. I'm excited to return.

 

If you live in the surrounding area, let me know! I'm definitely going to need contacts. Also, I bet we could work something out to get you to roadtrip to Brickfair! That'd be fun! IDK, just throwing that option out there.

 

Cheers :D

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Ah, Tennessee. The land of bad pickup lines.

 

"Are you from Tennessee? Because you're the only ten I see."

 

 

 

 

 

That's all I know about Tennessee.

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Ah, Tennessee. The land of bad pickup lines.That's all I know about Tennessee.

Well, there's some music history in Nashville you probably should learn a little about...

 

Although I know very little about eastern Tennessee. It's close to the western NC border, but that doesn't do that much for you...although Asheville's not a bad place to visit.

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That's really exciting! I offer the best of luck and encouragement for your studies.

 

Sounds like that'll ease up the drive to BrickFair too!

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Ah, Tennessee. The land of bad pickup lines.

 

"Are you from Tennessee? Because you're the only ten I see."

 

 

 

 

 

That's all I know about Tennessee.

 

 

Ah, Tennessee. The land of bad pickup lines.That's all I know about Tennessee.

Well, there's some music history in Nashville you probably should learn a little about...

 

Although I know very little about eastern Tennessee. It's close to the western NC border, but that doesn't do that much for you...although Asheville's not a bad place to visit.

 

Tennessee is a southern state, very rich in its history--very much so related to things like the Appalachian people, the Civil War, and most importantly, M U S I C. Considering towns like Nasvhille, Memphis, and even Chattanooga, this is the place to go in the states if you want to get your music on stage or published (I will argue for all types of music, not just country or bluegrass). We're also called the 'volunteer state', because we usually are the first to respond to calls of need or war. We also have the Smoky Mountains National Park. I have grown up most of my life in TN so honestly I'm a bit biased and probably am exaggerating the importance of the state, but you know. But there's some random facts for y'all.

 

 

That's really exciting! I offer the best of luck and encouragement for your studies.

 

Sounds like that'll ease up the drive to BrickFair too!

Thank you! And yes. 6 hour drive instead of 11? I'll take it.

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