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2 places … but not at once

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Facing the separations.
Paying attention. No judgement.
My stuff. What remains of it… Part here, part in storage.
And my dwelling -- ssssss
California with Joe -- spare, cabin life, nature, . . . but need more than what's there
Chicago safe house, condo, fall back… things arranged.. clothes… just a few talismans
MOST of my 'stuff' is in storage

Still…
TODAY I am looking at separating
1) What to pack to California
2) What to leave here

And in that… i wonder…
1) When will I be back here?
2) What will I want and need?
3) Wanting to not haul thoings back and forth
4) Likeing having my things OUT and available but no pressure to use
(I got rid of 50 % of my things when I moved last year)
5) Likeing the sparseness of no history in things. All current.
6) I don't know what any of this means.
7) Tom Robbins has a new book out.
8) Lists make me think of him. And Paul Virilio.
9) STUFF

When will I come back to Chicago? Sept/Oct?
What am I doing?

Breaking codependency habits.
And finding a big swath of space and time that I can implement and use to BE and DO
JUST ME.
Regimen? Practice? Float?

GOALS:

yes. State some. Refine it.
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  • v BABY_GIRL69
    Take one day at a time and remember in our youth we only needed shelter food & clothes the rest was irrelevant....

    God bless & live in the moment...

    Dee
    774 days ago
  • v CHOCOHIPPO
    One thing to remember, nothing is necessarily permanent. Make your move with a clear head and heart and know that your "stuff" in Chicago is waiting for you if you need to head back.

    Good luck with it all. I'm rooting for you!
    776 days ago
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