The Midwest. Is there anything special about it? Most would say that there really is nothing special because of how there is literally nothing in this area. Yes, that is true. Along with that, the fact that this is called "midwest" when it is obviously on the east coast.
But hey, to a good chunk of people, the Midwest is considered home. People from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, and South Dakota are among those states.
And guess what? I'm one of them.
I was born in Cleveland, Ohio, raised 30 minutes outside of the city, and I go to college at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. I went from living in a suburban area to going to college in a rural area with farmlands and cornfields on the route along the way. Growing up, Avon (my home city) was just a small town with forests along with shops and big chain stores popping up here and there.
But of course, I won't forget the simplicity of the town.
On the topic of cornfields, yes those exist, and there are a lot of them. I see them especially when I go to and from college. To some, it might seem like nothing and they're just plain and boring. Whenever driving past them, I've always thought of them as peaceful because there is no distraction in the way of the fields.
The Midwest is an interesting place, even if some might not think it. While there might not be something to do, the people always find a way around to do something interesting. Even if it is going to Walmart at midnight. We call soda "pop," we say "ope," and I wouldn't trade it in for anything.
That's saying something.