These Are a Few of My Favorite Things. . .

My 10 favorite things about Menifee: 10. The color of the autumn leaves, especially along Menifee Road near Wheatfield Park . 9. The natur...

My 10 favorite things about Menifee:

10. The color of the autumn leaves, especially along Menifee Road near Wheatfield Park.
9. The natural rock cluster behind Walgreens, near the corner of Murrieta Road and Newport Road.
8. The gathering of Senior Citizens at Jackie's Doughnuts and McDonalds most mornings. I love to see them greet each other, smile together and share stories.
7. The small town feel I get when I greet a neighbor in Target, or see one of my friends at a soccer game or at the park.
6. The green of the surrounding hills in the springtime. I especially am fond of the cross at the top of the hill on the north side.
5. The circle in Belcanto, in Menifee Lakes, on Christmas Eve. If you haven't been, you are truly missing out on an event.
4. The value of my home. We get a great deal of home for the money, in comparison to the rest of California.
3. The proximity to larger cities, without the same problems. I like being close to larger shopping, the arts, restaurants, etc., without the same problems. And now, Menifee Countryside Marketplace will bring many of the benefits even closer!
2. I met my husband here, and we came home here after our wedding, and built a life together.
1. This is my children's hometown. This is where they grew into the people they are today, went to school, met their friends, and will remember forever.

Menifee is our home, and it is your home too. Howdy, Neighbor!

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  1. My favorite is the view of the mountains in the winter when they're full of snow. I love that view!

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  2. I love seeing the sheep in the pastures when they bring them in to graze.
    I love that the grandkids can walk to and from school and the park with safe streets and sidewalks.
    I love that our air is always clean here, that we don't have a hazy and smoggy sky.

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