“The ideal neighborhood is one where you are happy to be. It has boundaries, of course, but they are not fixed in concrete. Areas run into each other, with soft fuzzy edges. A village with a medieval air, or a town with a Victorian look. A corner store with the local paper boy in the morning, young mothers in their aprons in the afternoon, and teenagers in the evening. We treat them carefully in our idealized community, because it is theirs too. It is theirs because they live there, because it is where they were raised, and because it is home…wherever they are from originally.