Reservations...not that kind!
I first came across the FSP website a few months ago, probably late winter/early spring. It left a lasting impression on me because from reading it, it seemed like the ideal theory, and the ideal place. I've often traveled through New Hampshire on my way to Maine, and from the little section I travel through on I-95, it seems like a beautiful place. I returned home from Maine a few weeks ago and picked up again with the FSP, this time actually looking for places.
I'm 29 and have been a life long resident of New Jersey. Haven't moved from my current address except for when I was away at school. I'm deeply rooted in my community as an EMT, and live at home to take care of my parents. The very thought of leaving my hometown is sad but at the same time exhilirating. Here I get a new start, a new opportunity, but that thought also terrifies me. Our community and government has been Republican for far some time here and in the local area, have never really had a problem or issue.
Since I like it where I am, but want to try and find something new in the coming years, I should probably try to make friends up there, get to know the place better, see what it has in store for me.