The Aspect Of My Life

Friday, August 6, 2010


The park is jam packed full of people.  So full that they are putting people in with the long termers which means I now have neighbors who pulled in at 10:00 AM this morning and interrupted my morning peace.   The whole block is full which is a rarity.  Considering how many people are in the park there were few problems and everyone seems to have settled in quite nicely.  I still may have to remind my neighbors that quiet time is 10:00 PM, but I think if it comes to that they will respect the time and quiet down.

As stressful as this place and work have been, I am already starting my grieving process.  I know so many people here that it will be odd to be off on my own again, a stranger wandering the world.  I have grown accustomed to the hellos and waves of my fellow workers and my neighbors that greet me each day.  I have once again been lulled into believing this is as it will always be, and yet at the same time knowing it will not be.  I want to take them all with me as I move along.  I have memories of a Tribe that moved together but have yet to find it in this life time.  And so I remain a solitary nomad.


  1. I have really appreciated your reports regarding the work camp experience. How much longer until you move on? Will you work camp again?

  2. Hi Michael. I will be here at least through the Labor Day weekend. Will I work camp again? Hmmm...I think I need to blog about all of that at some point.

  3. Well, I had been thinking that we might come your way and visit our friends in Hood River, along with a visit to see you dear one . . . hmmm. . . not sure I"m ready for a Fun House ;)

    Also, I had an amazing dream with the seer stone that you gave me. Time to work with this one, is the message I'm getting . . .

    Sending love to you, dear Susan. Please let me know when you are in the Eugene area, as I'd love to connect.

    Much love,