Gwendolyn Day Raised in suburbia in fast-paced New Jersey, relocating to Kentucky for my dad's job just might have been a death sentence for me back in 2004. Growing up sheltered, I had only heard of the “South” on TV through shows like the Beverley Hillbillies and the Dukes of Hazzard. My idea of a Kentuckian was an overall wearing, moonshine running, no teeth, barefoot, rifle carrying boy with a huge truck. I thought Kentucky was nothing but back roads and rundown farms. Stepping out of the car the day my family and I moved here, I had a wake-up call. I was back in suburbia. There were still farms but these farms were beautiful with the most horses I have ever seen. Who would have known that I would fall in love with Kentucky? Kentucky is breathtaking. From the magnificent landscapes to the many friendly, genuine people to some good fried chicken, Kentucky is a wonderful state to live in. My idea of Kentucky was definitely challenged the moment I actually stepped foot in the state. Moving to Kentucky was surely a blessing in disguise. I have always wanted to be a
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2012 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Day during the Fall '12 term at Cooper Union.