Recieved: 2000/05/27 15:40
Subject: Re: [K-list] oneness and separation (Catalin)
On 2000/05/27 15:40, Ckress posted thus to the K-list:
In a message dated 05/27/2000 9:09:31 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
<< I live in downtown Denver which, fortunately, has an abundance of
beautiful parks. I live in the renovated basement of a victorian
so it's kinda dark but hermit like and cool. The light that comes in
is very green cause it filters thru the grass growing around the
I really enjoyed this post, especially because it shows a side of Susan that
is rarely revealed by anyone on these lists. It would be interesting if
others would give us a sort of guided tour of their homes like she did...
tells so much about a person and makes them even more tangibly "present" to
me than seeing a photograph.
My California bungalo house is as crazy as I am -- an eclectic/eccentric mix
of just about everything, with lots of multicultural and multi-religious
icons/artifacts, artwork covering most of the walls and everywhere spilling
over with books, books, books. My husband and I are both avid readers, and I
used to write book reviews for Shared Transformation newsletter, so I still
get free newly published books sent to me by publishers. And we have big
plants growing on every window sill. Used to have a veritable jungle of
indoor plants until I moved here where there is not enough indoor sunlight
for many. We have a fairly big yard, my closest connection with nature.
Before K mangled my back, I used to spend most of the spring and summer
outside working in a garden which became a lush oasis of flowers and fruit
trees and veggies and plants. I'm a "green thumb" type who could grow things
that weren't supposed to be able to grow in this area. People used to slow
down as they drove by our house to look at the spectacular array of flowers
in our front yard. (The back was even better but that couldn't been seen
from the street.) The flowers are mostly gone now. With my health problems
and wrecked spine, I can't do gardening. We still have lots of trees and
greenery outside, much of it reverted to native wildlife (aka "weeds").
Before K knocked me out, I was a neat freak too -- every surface inside my
home was shiny clean and everything we owned was perfectly organized -- I
could have won awards. Now it's a roaring mess, LOL. Everything in my life
has become more wild and chaotic since my K rose.
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