The Spontaneous Life

An amazing thing happens when you run away from home.  The patterns and requirements that business and raising kids require disappear.  The morning routine of showers and breakfast and getting kids dressed for school evaporate.  Now our time is unstructured, spontaneous, undisciplined. That was the point of retirement right? Time Read More …

We Ran Away From Home

In May of 2012 my husband and I ran away from home.  I was 50.  He was 57.   The family was raised; the parents didn’t need us.  Bill was ready to retire. To be honest we just did not need the high blood-pressure life we had been living.  My Read More …