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August 16, 2008


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You know that, wherever you are, you will create the life that you need and wonderful things and people will gravitate to you... So although I understand your hesitation, you must know that all will be well. It's not like this will be your final move :) or you can't change your mind if you find that it is unbearable. Go for the $... save and invest it well and you will find a bigger nest egg for all those dreams that you have... and a little more time maybe to decide what you really do want.
I know you, Rachel and where you go, beauty follows... and your munchkins are always up for new adventure. They will be happy if you are. And thanks to technology, your loving friends are only a mouse click away...
We will be thinking of you... Much love and many blessings


Kristi dear,
Thanks for your warm words of support. Ahhhh. . . they wash over me like warm welcome water.
love to your beautiful family.


Hey Rach:

Perhaps this move to MN (is it definite?)isn't giving up your dreams, but simply a means to get to them sooner. 'Course we'd love to have you in VT for purely selfish reasons, but I've learned patience over the recent years, so I can wait a little longer... I actually saw on some program that Minneapolis is a thriving "in the green" place. You know how to make a comfy home no matter what the conditions. From one gypsy to your instincts, do what you gotta do and it will all fall into place. Toss that hat in the air like Mary Tyler Moore cause "you're gonna make it after all!"
xoxo kimmie and lil sash


You know how to make a garden where ever you go! And as you have said, you have a talent for making friends. I bet Minn. will surprise you. A little security goes a long way towards freedom- and as you know it is all temporary anyway! Let us know the final word. Much love.

Uncle Mark

"Life is a good teacher and a good friend. Things are always in transition, if we could only realize it. Nothing ever sums itself up in the way that we like to dream about. The off-center, in-between state is an ideal situation, a situation in which we don't get caught, and in which we can open our hearts and minds beyond the limit." --Pema Chodron, "When Things Fall Apart"

Uncle Mark

By the way, congratulations Steve on your great job offer! John and I are rooting for you.


Of course it's been so long and we really don't know each other any more, but I also LOVE Vermont and would do almost anything to be there. BUT you can love one more than one place. We have moved for money and it's ultimately worked out okay - jobs put food on the table and enable us to do some things that we couldn't otherwise do. Good luck with your move (if you pursue it) and keep in touch.



Not all those wander are lost. Just think of all the wonderful sweaters in store for you et kniting too. Mama, your stellar energy, little twin stars and super star steve (mazel tov on the job!)will always ground you tightly on our beautiful mother earth. Your always in our hearts and only a click away in cyber world. LOVE LOVE LOVE - the spiceys


Funny you should say goals for this winter are to knit a sweater for Miel and to learn how to sew. How's that for setting your intentions?


Radient Rachel. Your friends and family have shared so many, right-on thoughts here. It is an adventure! You may be surprised what comes your way wherever you least expect it. Smile, take each day as it's own, and all that is well and beautiful will find you and your family, as always. And now we have a reason to visit Minnesota! Love you!

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