i used to love it here
When I came to college in Norman in 1967, after a childhood spent on miliary bases, I saw the leafy neighborhoods and the truly beautiful OU campus and I thought it was the most exotic place I'd ever seen. It was, at that time, a funky, laid back hippy town and God, how I loved it. I've
lived here ever since with the exception of five years in LA back in the early 80s.
My wife and I raised our kids here. The schools are still good and the core neighborhoods surrounding OU is still one of my favorite places to walk and bicycle around, and this is after a considerable amount of travel. I still lovce Oklahoma and its people. But, having said that, I've kind of had enough.
Norman has been, for a long time, in the grip of a development community that has absolutely no sense of aesthetics. If you think you'd like living in the first city of its size to have two Wal-Mart Supercenters, this is the place for you. If you want to live in a town where Read More