See some of the things those who have lived and left NC miss this most.
Dated: May 19 2020
13 Things Everyone Who’s Moved Away From North Carolina Has Thought At Least Once
As someone who left North Carolina and returned down the road, I can tell you the old saying, “You don’t what you have until it’s gone,” couldn’t be more true. While several of us grew up here, it takes leaving to truly appreciate all North Carolina has to offer. If you find yourself in a new location and around new faces, you might’ve had these thoughts.
So who’s ready to pack their bags and return home? I know I experienced all 13 of these thoughts plus more when I left, what about you? Any you would add?
Crystal McIntosh is a Realtor in the Lake Norman area, and has called Lake Norman home since 1999, thereby giving her "insider" knowledge on jobs, the community, schools, and restaurants. Crystal's b....
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