2. If you still live there, where would you rather move to? If you don't live there, do you want to move back? Why or why not? I wouldn't want to move back there. I don't really have any roots there, and I really do like living in the Midwest. The only other places I'd want to live are the DC area, in San Francisco, or maybe Seattle; the jury's out on the NW until I actually have a chance to visit and see for myself.
3. Where in the world do you feel the safest? I'd say I probably feel the safest right here at home. I can't count the times I've left my doors unlocked accidentally, and not worried about someone coming home and pilfering my stuff. I mean, I even left my garage door open when I went out for a couple hours (oops), and had my neighbor come over and tell me that he was checking things out with a flashlight to make sure I wasn't hurt or anything, since it was unusual.
4. Do you feel you are well-traveled? Most people would say I'm well traveled, but I haven't been to near as many places as I want to see. I got my first passport (which I still have) when I was in 5th grade, to go on the student exchange trip to France for three weeks. I was also in the Glen Ellyn Children's Choir for several years and went to New York for a week, and also Finland/Denmark/Sweden/Holland for three weeks. My dad says it's easier to count the states I haven't visited, than those I've been in, and most of the reason I'm so well traveled is thanks to my parents for their yearly vacations when I was younger. But I still haven't been to places like England, Ireland, Alaska, Australia, or Japan.
5. Where is the most interesting place you've been? Probably Legoland in Denmark. They had these lego go karts that you could drive around without rails! I've still got a ton of pictures from there, sitting around somewhere.