I've lived in this small city an hour outside of Detroit for my entire life! (Well, minus 1.5 years of my life, but I don't remember them, so let's not consider that.)
Sometimes we get these really incredible sunrises that make me want to sing. Except that would ruin the moment. So I don't.
Being located in Michigan means that my hometown sees all two seasons: winter and construction season. Kidding, kidding. We get a gorgeous range of new buds in the spring, green, green in the summer, crunchy leaves in the fall and an eternal winter that lasts twice as long as all the other seasons combined. You do the math on that one.
We have a cute little downtown with cute little shops and cute little parades that big city people think are lame, but I deem "cute."
Proof: My friend, who is from a much larger city, and I biked down to watch the Memorial Day parade that lasted pretty much all of seven minutes. I loved it. She didn't. Oh, well. Can't please everybody.
We were a little late to the fro-yo game, but I am now proud to say that my hometown has not one, but TWO fro-yo shops. You're pretty much ready to make my town your next vacation spot, aren't you?
If not, maybe this will convince you: we have a food truck! An actual, real life food truck with actual food that actually is pretty good. I was really hesitant to go at first, but I'm really glad that I did. It's so unique and becoming a definite feature of my town. I hope it sticks around as long as I do!
More cool things about my town! In addition to our cute little downtown area that gets all dressy for Christmas and summer, we have a super classy strip mall. No creepy abandoned buildings here! Everything is new and exciting and busy nearly all the time.
Annnnd, for all you outdoorsy people, we have a metropark with lots of hiking trails, fishing spots and beaches to get your tan on. Golf courses and ski hills? Yep, got those too.
If you aren't as in love with my city as I am, that's okay. You have to live it to love it in my opinion. However, I will offer one more point that may sway you:
we have pie.