I'm back--for now, at least.
I've been way too busy with lots of other things and I'm just now having a bit of time.
I've just finished one of my other blogs completely. I've ended the story at Lagoon Commune--with a display of gratitude--and a hokey ending.
I've also been spending lots and lots of time managing a blog focused on income-sharing, egalitarian communities entitled Commune Life. Since there are new posts every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, I've been very busy making deadlines. And this continues.
And, today is a day to be thankful. So I want to say what I'm thankful for.
First of all, I am thankful to be alive, to be able to enjoy my life, to be here and experience life's joys and sorrows.
I'm also very glad to have so many people to share my life with. I'm grateful for close friends, here in NYC and in New England and Virginia and California. You know who you are (I hope) and I love you all.
I'm grateful to be living in community. I will be celebrating the day with the many folks I live with.
I'm grateful to be part of building community--particularly through Point A and Commune Life.
And I'm very grateful for this earth, for the changing seasons, and the trees that send me oxygen, and the compost that builds and renews the soil.
And I'm grateful to be able to work and write and make compost and walk and bike and be physically active. I hope it will continue for a few more years at least.
I hope to be on this blog a little more frequently now but if I'm not, I hope it's because I'm busy doing stuff that (maybe) will make things a little better.
Quote of the Day: "Joy is a heart full and a mind purified by gratitude." - Marietta McCarty