I need thoughts advice & someone to tell me if I'm crazy or not.. We just moved to Florida last month. We have spent years dreaming of living on the ocean. Everything fell into place & we had the perfect opportunity so we went for it. The past month has been great. We love the area, the people, the weather, NO complaints at all! Now, this past weekend, we flew back home to Indiana to see my family before my kids start school. My mom has had a very hard time dealing with our move so I really did it to cheer her up. I wanted nothing more to get out of Indiana for years. I've lived there all my life & felt no real "excitement" anymore. So, we come back & stayed at our old house (still on the market) which is furnished & still looks much like it did when we lived there. My family came over, we swam, my kids played with Papaw, we slept in our old rooms. It was just a really good time~ & after only 3 days, I felt I didn't want to come back to Florida?! I just fell so easily into being "home". Our old house (which we adored), my family, our favorite restaurants, friends, etc... We were getting ready to leave for the airport this morning to fly back to Florida & I starting crying out of the blue. I NEVER expected to have these feelings at all? Now, I'm sitting here thinking of all the things I LOVED about Indiana. I'm depressed about missing the turning leaves & fall weather (my absolute favorite time of year..) My kids are asking to "go back home to Indiana" & they want to stay with Mimi (my mom) ~ Gosh, I feel like I'm crazy. Don't get me wrong, I still love Florida but I appreciate what I had in the midwest more than I ever did before. DH looks at me & says, "Well, we could always move back to Indy"~ That doesn't help my train of thought anyush: My emotions are so torn. I said, let's give it till Christmas~ We are flying back home again. I guess if the feelings are still that strong then, even after we step off the plane to frigid weather, then we know what we should do. So here I sit in a tropical paradise & I'm missing the cornfields:blink: Anyway, has anyone else experienced this? What did you do? Did you end up moving back or giving it some time. I could just use some outside points of view to clear my head. Thanks all!