A few weeks back I posted about some of the downsides of tree changing. Hannah and I were talking about the good and bad parts of moving to the country. Her perspective was different to mine, being a child, so I asked her if she wanted to be interviewed for my blog. She was initially reluctant, but later changed her mind.
I wrote some questions for her, and then she answered them. Here’s what she thinks…
What are the best things about living on the farm?
What things don’t you like about living on the farm?
What was the hardest part about moving from the city to the farm?
Where would you like to live the most? Why?
That’s really hard to choose. I wish you could just load them both on a truck and pull them together. I wish we were closer to the mountains. I do like here better now, but it took a while to adjust. I wish my friends from the mountains would move here! Now that I am used to living here, I think it would be hard to live in the suburbs again.
Is there a difference between city kids and country kids?
Kids in the country get to do more things. My friend got a motorbike when she was six. There is more to do outside. We don’t play with computer games much. Sometimes we have to help around the farm (though I don’t have to much) or go with our parents while they are doing farm work. In the country you have more freedom and learn to do more things.
Want to ask Hannah some more questions about tree changing? Do you have a question about our life? Ask away!