02 February 2010

giveaway: states united print


today's giveaway is by beauchamping,
bringing a whole new light on the phrase united states.
giving :: one states united art print, 22 x 30 inches, signed
please comment today to enter to win
tell me which state has stolen your heart

thank you gregory for your handmade inspiration.

congratulations...
the winner is jessie who commented, I came to Chicago from Minneapolis during college (I transferred halfway through) and never left. I love the Second City, and therefore my state of choice is Illinois! enjoy..

156 comments:

Sandy said...

Arizona stole my heart 20 years ago...I loved the wide-open spaces, the rugged mountain ranges, the desert and saguaro, the blue, blue sky, even the way you could stand in the shade and be (sort of) comfortable on the hottest day. When we had to move away, I cried for 6 months. (The next state that I love is Colorado, it is heaven on earth with its beautiful mountains!) Now I live in Georgia, and it is surprisingly nice too!
Sandy

Carrie said...

I love CA (my home state) and NC (my current home)... but most of all I love HI - it's where we honeymooned.

Mara said...

Oh California will always be my one true love with NY as a close second.

Amanda said...

West Virginia! It's my home state and it's green, mountainous, and beautiful. Plus it's such a unique shape! :)

holly-lynn said...

i left NJ to spend four years as a virginia tech hokie. i spent my freshman year hating it, my sophmore year indifferent, my junior year flirting, and my senior year falling in love! pieces of my heart will always be in VA with my hokies!

EliseBlaha said...

this print is fantastic. love it.
my fave state which will always have my heart is ... california. big surprise. thanks marta & gregory for the chance.
xo.

Joni said...

North Carolina...my home state. I was born and raised here. As a child I could not wait to get away, but as an adult I have been able to adventure out and enjoy all of its treasures and hidden charm. I couldn't imagine living anywhere else.

fairlytypical said...

I've lived in three states but no matter how long I've been gone NY state holds my heart. I was born and raised there and it will always be home.

theedithr said...

I love West Virginia (also my home state, Amanda!) because it's so green and mountainous and has so many false stereotypes ... but California captured my heart two years ago when I went to SF for the first time.

Cassee said...

My heart will always be in California. It's where I grew up, fell in love, and where I can get the best Del Taco known to man. (It's in Barstow, CA btw). :)

Monika said...

Tennessee. I have lived here at two different times and will never ever live anywhere else. I am lucky to be married to my best friend, living on family property, in his grandparents' house that we've lovingly remodeled during the 12 years of our marriage. After having moved many times through my Dad's military family, it is a strange, and comforting feeling, to know that I am home. Never to move again, just to make better. Things are beginning to look lived in, and loved, and like a family lives here.

I am lucky . Just so lucky. I never thought this would happen.

AlwaysanEm said...

TN has stolen my heart. I'm originally from the great state of IL. But the warmer winters and soft accents whisked me away!

Jessie said...

I came to Chicago from Minneapolis during college (I transferred halfway through) and never left. I love the Second City, and therefore my state of choice is Illinois!

jeffrey said...

massachusetts - lived in boston for a summer and loved every minute of it.

thanks!

Kirsten said...

Though I was born in Montana, my family moved to Indiana when I was three. The flat, mid-Western state is definitely a home, but when I go to Montana, the huge open skies, reserved form of friendliness, and emphasis on caring and self-reliance completely steal my heart each time. Also, the air smells beautiful there, probably because it never gets too, too hot and all those Ponderosa pines.

tarable said...

I am an Arizona girl, born and raise, through and through. It has stolen my heart in hundreds of ways, but lately I've been loving the desert mountain views.

That print is the coolest thing! Such an original idea.

Lisa said...

Massachusetts! For all my bellyachin' about snow, I wouldn't give up these glorious seasons for anything! Love the print almost as much as I love "m.writes". Thanks for a fun giveaway!

Alicia said...

What a neat print! Toss up between Colorado & Maine - love the mountains and sky in CO, love the ocean & forests in ME... I get giddy with excitement as I approach either state!

ashley maureen said...

i don't think i've been to enough to say... but i live in maryland so i'll stick to my roots... for now ;)

Elle said...

i love PA - my home, where i went to school, where i met the love of my life. i have to remind myself not to take the breathtaking landscapes for granted. that not everyone has mountains and forests and lakes in their backyards.

Kelly said...

that's an easy one: my home state of Pennsylvania!

Heather said...

California, hands down. I've been loving this print for a while now. I hope I win!

Lena said...

This piece is awesome.

For me it's New Mexico. NM is a greatly misunderstood state (you speak English there?) so it's greatness is unknown: the landscape, the food, the kindness of the people, and my mother is there.

kitchendoor said...

I got to Massachusetts seven years ago and wanted to crawl home on my hands and knees, but somewhere along the way I turned into pretty solid New England stock. Love that dirty water, and all.

Thanks, M!

steph-a-ronie said...

Ooooh, it's not a state persay, but a district.

D.C.

Ooooh, how I love D.C.

Gayle P. said...

Oh my gosh! I have been lusting after this print for a long time! I have lived in many states (9) and right now my heart is spread out amongst many of those states with my family and friends- AR, MN, IL, CT, and where I am NC!

Stephanie said...

My home state of Illinois.

Stephanie@eyeballgirl.com

Jennifer said...

I guess I will have to pick the state that holds so many wonderful childhood summer memories. Memories of planting marigolds with my Grandma, of fishing for sticks in the lake with my Dad, of hearing my cousin Andy ring the old cowbell at the front of the house, of pedaling around in the paddle boat with my brother, of watching my Mom show me how to waterski on WOODEN skis, of playing soccer around the trees with my brother, of playing cards (the game, Spit, to be exact) with my cousin Karen AND of listening to the stories that my Grandfather told while sitting outside on the stone patio eating freshly picked corn on the cob and drinking just brewed iced tea.

In conclusion, it is Maine that has stolen my heart.

em said...

California - From reading Jack Kerouac, living in Mammoth on a traveling visa and travelling across it with the 'rents as a child.

My boyf and I have a dream of hiring a car and driving across the states - maybe for a 'special holiday' (if you catch my drift *wink wink* )

tawnya said...

Grew up in New Mexico, school in Idaho and Utah, lived in Oregon and California. I call Utah home, now. However, Oregon was the first and only place I've ever felt devastated to leave. I love it so very much.

Lisa R. Lewis said...

i grew up in oregon with a poster of new hampshire on the wall. something about those rolling hills, tree lined roads, and fiercely beautiful autumns wins my heart.

mindy said...

This print is A-MAZING!

Minnesota has stolen my heart. I love traveling way up along the Northshore of eastern Minnesota, it is the most beautiful place I have ever been. Endless trails, friendly people, peaceful, and an occassional moose. Such good memories up there. *Big sigh*

Tori said...

Utah! I may have only lived here but it was where I grew up, fell in love, got married, had a baby, fell in love again. It is also where I will have more babies and keep falling in love with them over and over again!

Teri said...

Couldn't ask an easy question, could you? LOL

DH and I take LONG road trips (4 weeks or more) and we've been thru something like 38 states. Every one of them unfolds its beauty to you if you are willing to see.

So I'd have to say the state that has stolen my heart is whatever one I'm currently in...

Karen said...

I'm a State of Washington kind of girl.

Teri said...

BTW, that print is FANTASTIC!!!

katie said...

I LOVE this print! What a beautiful way to show the American spirit!

Florida is sweet in my heart because all of my family is there. But Maine stole it 15 years ago on my honeymoon. :)

LAURA said...

IOWA. come see us. You'll love us too.

Kiasa said...

I have loved all the places I've lived (CA, UT, PA, WA, NY) but Vermont has captured my heart. It keeps calling to me, asking me to explore and love it more.

Crystal said...

I live in Louisiana with all the people that I love. So, I guess you can say Louisiana has my heart!

Rae said...

The hills of North Carolina!!!!!!

Martha said...

Tennessee. It's the only 10 I see.

:)

Rachel Elizabeth said...

Illinois is for lovers.

Tyler said...

Utah stole my state with its beautiful mountains in the north and the alien-like red sandstone formations in the south.

deidra said...

Is it legal to say DC? It has my heart and soul. I love the District.

This print is awesome, particularly for the geography nerds lovebirds at our house! :)

summer said...

how clever is this. thank you for all these darling giveaways, marta (and friends)!

as for my state.. i think i'll go with nebraska. but only the eastern half where there's a real city.

Hannah said...

I am a native-born Texan and carry some Texan pride with me. However, Utah, Idaho and Hawaii equally feel like home. I love Utah's mountains, Idaho's fields and Hawaii's culture.

They all hold a little piece of my heart.

Eliza said...

Utah with all it's diverse earthly beauty will always hold my heart but Georgia, oh Georgia (where I live now) is stealing my heart too.

Amy Sue said...

lived in idaho. utah. california. alabama. texas. soon to be kansas.

and i say idaho all the way! truly a hidden gem. [which is part of the reason i love this blog so much]

H Yoho said...

Montana...thanks for the givewaway oppertunity.

Elizabeth said...

California and Florida

kgr said...

Utah. I never thought in a million years that I would end up in Utah but I got into the U law school and came out from California to visit. I flew in at sunset in March and the entire snow covered Wasatch Range was bathed in pink and I fell in love. And then I met my husband and we got married and had a kid and now I'll never leave.

Gretchen said...

I'm IN LOVE with Maine (even though I've never been there). My husband and I are going there for our honeymoon and I can't wait! We're going to see lighthouses, the coast, lobsters, seals, puffins, and whales.

mary elizabeth said...

utah has a special place in my heart -- i've lived here my entire life! but i also adore california... my mother grew up there, and i have spent many a summer there. not to mention it has my favorite race of all time: the mud run! good times!

Nadia said...

My heart is with New York.

Beautiful print.

claytonandmandy said...

We have maps throughout our house (I love the way they look!) so this would be the perfect addition! It seems like Montana has stolen my heart over and over. Though I don't live there, the big skies and beautiful mountains steal my heart every time I visit.

meganelyse said...

Tennessee will always have my heart. When you're born and raised somewhere, it's not even a calling to come back, it's an electric pull. I hope to visit all of the states someday, and even if I end up moving somewhere else in the future, I know I can (and will) always come back to the state full of music and good, southern food and the most generous, honest people in the world.

Elizabeth said...

I'm a Texas girl through and through.

Jyl Johnson Pattee said...

New York, because I heart New York City like no other place :).

rosa said...

I just moved to Chicago and am in love with they city and Illinois

a gracious plenty said...

georgia is always on my mind.

Melissa Y. Allam said...

Washington the state where I live has stolen my heart. I lived in Colorado for a year and I have visited other states but there is nothing like home. I love that we have the ocean, the mountains, the trees, the green grass and beautiful springs and summers.

smeagher said...

Washington State has stolen my heart! Living in the pacific northwest, I feel fortunate to have the ocean, mountains and beautiful green trees surrounding me.

Kelly Paras said...

Montana! Its such a beautiful, quiet, peaceful place.

Misty Bourne said...

TENNESSEE has stolen my heart. I was born in TN, but moved to Michigan when I was five. I then moved to Alabama when I was fifteen. I enjoyed my time in both of those other two states, but it wasn't until I returned to Tennessee that I finally felt "at home." :)

Andria said...

Minnesota has stolen my heart. I love all the lakes. I love all the trees. I love it all.

Rachel said...

The west is best, but I'd be hard pressed (rhyme-y magic) to choose just one. Maybe Colorado because of it's clean lines.

Catherine said...

I'm from Kentucky but live in Florida and I miss the Bluegrass State like crazy. Kentucky definitely has my heart.

KK said...

New York stole my heart. I lived there while I did my internship and have been dreaming about going back ever since...

Anneliese said...

nebraska will always be where my true alliances lie. but on a east coast road trip with my grandparents, i loved loved loved rhode island. it seemed like living there would be life out of a book. it was beautiful.

glueandpaint said...

like the only state i've ever stayed in for a while is missouri. i love the arch :)
& if i get the chance to visit new york, i'm sure it'll have my heart

Amanda said...

♪I left my heart in San Francisco♪....Although New York has become a home away from home!

aly said...

I grew up in central Virginia and it will always hold a piece of me. Generations of my family lived there, and it's just plain beautiful.

Sarah said...

I am from Utah and absolutely adore it--the richness of nature here is incredible.

But I have lived in New York and love it there, as well. All those trees.

And Alaska. How I love Alaska. It's gorgeous and wide open and free. Beautiful.

PDX Bride said...

So first . . . I love this print!! And Oregon stole my heart and it is waiting for me to come back soon!!!

Linds said...

for weeks i have been lusting after this print for my unborn baby boy's nursery. . .

louisiana. growing up i could have sworn it was shaped like an L for lindsay!

caitlin said...

Love this give-a-way. Love all the generosity. Utah is the place I live and will always love most.

But when I visited Hawaii, I could see myself living there.

Jessica said...

IDAHO!!
jessicaldixon@gmail.com

Are we there yet? said...

Hawaii! Oh, those sandy beaches get me everytime!

oneordinaryday said...

That is so cool!
My fave state is my wonderful PA.

Chelsey & Zach said...

Texas for sure! After spending two summers living their...my heart aches to go back! Someday...

Rachel said...

My heart belongs to Michigan (where I'm from) since it has great forests, beaches, wildlife, waterfalls, the whole shebang. However, Washington state is a very close second for me. :-)

Desiree said...

nyc has had my heart since I was six years old. one day i'll get back there, i swear.

Alyssa Bailey said...

this is just delightful! i love it!

Sam and Livi said...

i am a lover of new york. the city where i used to live and the gorgeous and historical hudson river valley pull on my heart strings

bedelia said...

I quit entering giveaways because I never win...but I love this print and maybe it will be my lucky day.

Texas hasn't really stolen my heart but my family has so that's where I long to be.

Lyndsey said...

Georgia! Spent my first week as a married woman on the coast of Georgia in Savannah! LOVED every second! Thanks for this giveaway. Love this print!

Irene said...

Let's see - I'm definitely in love with Massachusetts, but only because of Boston! I've only visited once, but I am absolutely and irrevocably in love with Boston. Other than that, Colorado, where I live now. To me, it's so free and majestic with the mountains looming up before you.

Little Gray Pixel said...

I love every state I've lived in (CA, KS, SC) but Hawaii is magical. It's a gateway to another world.

lovely lindsay said...

washington state snuck up on me + before i knew it, had my heart.
growing up here, i always said i'd get out as soon as i could + while i have spent a year or two here or there - i always come home.
++++
this print is fantastic. thanks, marta. love, lindsay

Melissa dlH said...

I love the second largest state. So many states have so much to offer and I do love to visit them all, but Texas is so diverse and the 10 to 12 hours (or more) to cross depending on which way you go can take you from beaches, to swamps, rolling hills, deserts, pine forests, plateaus, rolling plain and even a few mountains. I think the only thing we lack is real lakes as, fun fact, all but one is man made and we share that one with Louisiana. We like to share like that. Love my state.

ashley morgan said...

Cali for sure. What a great print!

Jaclyn said...

I am actually born and raised in Canada but have family in California so that is by FAR my favourite. Thanks for the chance!

saltbox girl said...

I'm a big city girl, but there's something about Maine. The smell of the sea and sailboats, you can't beat that. Thanks for a fun month of giveaways.

Campbell said...

California, with it's rolling hills, pounding surf, and golden sunshine, has stolen my heart for good.

Tynnie said...

half of my childhood was spent in Europe; as fun as that was, the United States definitely holds a large place in my heart. it was fun to return back to where my parents grew up - Utah. at first, i just couldn't get over how beautiful the mountains are...when the leaves in the mountains change color and the tops of the mountains have a dusting of snow...or when the mountains are covered in snow and reflect the colors of the sunset. Utah has so many great qualities - lakes, rivers, mountains, desert, salt flats, history, and family!

Victoria said...

When you say Wisconsin, you've said it all.

Alisha Stamper | Photographer said...

wow! i loved this so much i just clicked on over to the etsy shop to buy one!... and then i realized my husband will be buying it for me instead! (can justify at 75 present to me, but can't really justify buying to for myself! hahahaha). I love this! so very beautiful! goodness me! anyway, the best state in the union is virginia. OBVIOUSLY. it is for lovers, after all. PLUS, think about it, its the most beautiful place in the world. my heart is STILL there, though my body is somewhere else~!

sarah chong said...

california native, but new york has left the biggest impression on me:
the streets full of people walking to somewhere, the lights, the hot dog stands you can order from while sitting in traffic, the fashion, etc..

Leesh said...

i've lived in the 13 original colonies, the pac nw and california during times in my life but the cold yet homey state of michigan has stolen my heart. as a jersey girl, it's wierd to think that i love the midwest as much as i do.

Brittany said...

oregon. it will always be my first love.

apple slice said...

my native california. memories of family living and departed. life in a nutshell.

Amanda said...

I live in Wisconsin but California stole my heart in August.

Katie said...

I will always love my home state of Missouri. There is so much variety in the landscape. Great places to hike, bike, and lots of history to discover. It's a hidden gem!

karey m. said...

i don't want to win, but i wanted to mention that no matter where i go in the world and i'm asked from where i've come...when i say chicago, people always say "ohhhh! bang bang!"

so illinois. home of joliet jake and nameless other rough and tough-sters.

xoxo.

Trude said...

How pretty is that?? I'd have to say California. I've traveled a lot, but I still love this darn state. Although I wish I could just up and move further north within it, because the bay area is so awesome, but don't want to leave my family! What other state gives you mountain, desert, ocean and forest all in one?

w and w said...

Massachusetts-went there as a little girl and memorized the details of it. 20 yrs later, still enchanted with it.

Logan said...

I loooove this more than I can say! And a truly united country - what a beautiful thing.

Logan said...

Oh, and I missed the obvious: Born and raised in the Bay Area - not sure I could ever leave California!

Tara said...

Arizona - It took moving away for me to realize how much I love the desert.

Katie @ makingthishome.com said...

Is it dorky that I just went through and opened every blogger's profile who mentioned my home state of MT? Sooo homesick from Berlin now-
Katie

erin said...

south carolina....in the four short years that i lived there, i got married, conceived and had a baby, and celebrated that baby's first birthday. i will always be wistful for these memories that this warm and friendly state brought me.

Jenny said...

Michigan. It's beautiful. So green and gorgeous lakes, beautiful 4 seasons -- I could most definitely live there.

LRW said...

Indiana. I just moved to Ohio and completely dislike it. Most people would think they are similar but they are so different. I do miss my home sweet home.

abby @ tales and trials said...

Oklahoma. It is my home state and I miss it terribly. Well mainly I just miss my family but they are all in OK. We currently live in GA and I have to say the South is definitely growing on me.

amap22 said...

Alaska has all of my heart. For always

Holly said...

i'd love that! its in my etsy favorites currently. :)

Thelma said...

Washington: where my husband was born, where my baby was born. Where we live. It's green and beautiful and though I hate the endless gray days, the occasional sunny one makes it all worthwhile.

Linda said...

Oregon- Honeymooned there many years ago. Would love to revisit the trip again. Beautiful beaches.

Laura KW said...

What a cool print!

Visiting all 50 states is on my 'bucket list' and so far I've only been to a handful.

But I love Arizona! Which is strange since I don't like being hot and sand isn't my thing. But Arizona captivates me.

Anonymous said...

I happened upon you blog a bit ago and have been catching up through the archives. I’m inspired by your writing style and think that you have shared your life and the joy you are experiencing with your little family.

Now, as to which state stole my heart: Arizona, through and through. It has been my home on record all my life, but for the past 26 years I have just visited fairly regularly, and I never cease to get butterflys in my stomach when the Superstition mountains come into sight when flying into Sky Harbor Airport.

Juanita said...

Please excuse the 1st comment!
I happened upon your blog a bit ago and have been catching up through the archives. I’m inspired by your writing style and think that you have shared your life and the joy you are experiencing with your little family so clearly.

Now, as to which state stole my heart: Arizona, through and through. It has been my home on record all my life, but for the past 26 years I have just visited fairly regularly, and I never cease to get butterflys in my stomach when the Superstition mountains come into sight when flying into Sky Harbor Airport.

Aunt Spicy said...

I love the whole country! I have lived in California, Utah, Virginia (twice), Texas, and Nebraska. I spent my summers as a child in Nevada and Wyoming, and there are only five states I have not been too. I am a Californian through and through, and though that is where a majority of my heart is...well, Nebraska won me over! Really, just won a huge chunk of my heart, with its landscape, the kindness of its people, the history...love it!

Meg said...

Massachusetts. Absolutely.

Eeny said...

I love NY and CA because my favorite cities (New York City and San Francisco) are in those states... but I also love NJ because I have a lovely "second" family there - and it feels like home being there. =)

jaytee'sbtw said...

Utah has my heart!!! It will always be home to me...although I do lllove to travel and have enjoyed many other states!!

Meadows Ling said...

I absolutely love this print. I love all things maps.

I live in Florida now, but I will always call Louisiana home. It's such a unique state. It's the only state that uses parishes instead of counties, and where the residents say "makin' groceries" instead of grocery shopping. :)

I'm from a little town outside of New Orleans, so New Orleans holds a special place in my heart. The people there are so amazing and resilient. They've endured a lot, but they continue on. It's pretty difficult to visit the city and not fall in love with it.

Karen said...

I have only recently discovered your site and I immediately fell in love with your work. Your creativity is an inspiration-- thank you!

The great State of Maine will always and forever have my heart. As often as I have tried to convince myself that going elsewhere would make me a happier person, I have come to grow and realize that the things that make me the happiest are all around me every day. From the landscape to the people to the sheer beauty I see around me every single day, I know that Maine will always have my heart.

We're Not in Kansas Anymore said...

Favorite state? The sunflower state- Kansas. Of course, it took moving half way across the country for me to really appreciate the great plains!

Mary Jo said...

I have to say I love Michigan where I have lived all my life. Love the four seasons and lots of lakes. Thanks for the give-away.

Laura said...

illinois has my heart without a doubt...home to my family & friends.

& what a great shop name! (my last name is beauchamp!)

kaitlin said...

michigan stole my virginity, but new york has stolen my heart.

(i mean this as much figuratively as i do literally).

Mollie said...

i love me some illinois...i left my heart in chicago 6 months ago and am trying to figure out how to get back!

kitzie shepard said...

Tennessee has my heart; it is where i have grown up, went to college, where my family and my husband's family live, and nashville- sweet, sweet nashville

Still my heart skips a beat for North Carolina; where my husband and i lived our first year of marriage; it's our state

JustMe said...

We may all refer to the state in which we live, and I do love my state, but a state theat's stolen my heart is one I've yet to visit.
I'm completely enthralled by the Pacific NW (not sure which state yet) but I've never been west of the Mississippi. I watch every TV show that I can, look at photos... I'm in love and I know that once I visit, I'll want to stay. Get ready for me out there! LOL

Nichole B said...

minnesota. it is my home. the summer nights are priceless.

AprilMayAugust said...

Oh yay!
I have had this print saved as one of my favorites forever!

Even though I reside in Nevada, I love my neighboring state, California!

Missy knits said...

Colorado...spending summer vacations stole my heart forever!

k. said...

Arizona. I fell in love here. Married here. Had my family here. If you can sweat it out during the summer, then you've earned the right to stay and enjoy the winter -which is mild and beautiful. ;)

cropstar said...

The stars at night are big and bright (clap clap clap clap) deep in the heart of TEXAS!

Admission1: I've never even been to TEXAS but I am so in love with it that I've planned a trip I can't yet afford to take. Someday!
Admission2: The reasons I love TEXAS are kind of embarassing- DCC, Dallas (the TV show), and more cowboys than I could ever know what to do with, not to mention texmex.

Desiree Fawn said...

I've never lived in the states, but I really fell for Georgia when I visited a couple years back!

Dansie Family said...

fun! i don't think nay state has stolen my heart. i love arizona because i grew up there. i love utah because i am raising my family there and it has my hubby's heart. i guess the west has stolen my heart.

Julie Linz Photography julielinz.com said...

Maryland! At my folks house right smack dab in the middle of state you are just 2 hours from the amazing mountains and only 3 hours from the relaxing beach. It really does have it all and I find myself drifting off and dreaming about it sometimes in my zen moments!

Tracy said...

Oh how I love Hawaii. That state has had my heart for nearly eleven years now.

chelle. said...

there are so many things about the states that i have lived in that have stolen my heart...but i have to say that the mountains in utah will always have my heart. always.

Karen said...

Well, Ohio is home and has my heart. But I do love Massachusetts too in its own special way!

middleofthetable said...

i think arizona stole my heart. love love loved sedona.

xo,
sarah

The Mighty RandR said...

Oregon, hands down. There's no place like the great NW!

Carol said...

That's a great print! MN might be cold but it's residents have warm hearts!

Krysta said...

So many states have stolen my heart. Right out of HS I had a goal to go to all 50 states. I have Alaska left. One of the ones I absolutely found charming was Massachusetts. Loved the history, the architecture, the whimsical nature of Cape Cod, sea food, salt water taffy, etc... Loved it all!

Krista Shaffer said...

O-H-I-O!!!! Go bucks!!! I love my home state and plan on living here forever.

just jen said...

i didn't think it would, but virginia has stolen my heart!

Katherine said...

VA, where I am from, has stolen my heart. I live in Texas now (also great) but long for the four seasons and beauty of Virginia!

Courtney B said...

Oregon, no question. I love this print.

ellen said...

Maine. I absolutely love Maine. I visit a few times a year.

Whitney said...

I'm grew up in Oregon and I love that state but over the last few months Alaska has completely and entirely stolen my heart. No matter how miserable my day is or how much my heartaches from missing my family and friends, I can literally just look up and around me and remember why I am here. This state is beautiful. The people are amazing. This state will always, always, ALWAYS hold a piece of my heart.

This is where I live:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/8883816@N04/4012965688/in/set-72157621656010695/

That is what I love.

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