I remember first hearing the Aesop Fable tale of the "City Mouse and the Country Mouse" back in elementary school. Of course, there are many versions of the story but the outcome moral rings the same 'I'd rather gnaw a bean then be gnawed by continual fear'. Basically, city dwelling and country living both have their pluses and minuses. Stepping out of your house or apartment and within a few blocks walk, be in the middle of it all sure has its draw, but we chose the country alternative many years ago and we've never looked back. No regrets having made that choice. And as for 'fear', these days it's not confined to one locale. You can locate it easily in both places, and it certainly can find you if it wants you. Down the road, being closer to the city will certainly be a decision we'll ponder. City life? Country life? Draw your card.