All Moved in!

Sometimes it feels like I live in a tree house! Sitting on my sofa, all I see looking out my windows are trees. My favorite one looks a bit scrappy from the ground, but up here, I can see his many expressive faces. I watch the squirrels nesting in his hollow places and listen to the birds singing songs of new beginnings. I like it here. 
  
There are traffic sounds and lawn mowing sounds, and children playing. I hear the neighbor walking around upstairs, and although people kept warning me about living below someone, so far, she just makes me feel like I am not alone here. 
  
The cats were initially horrified that moving was a thing that could happen. They broke my heart on moving day, but they like it here now too. We feel at home.

I am reaping the rewards of my pre-move winter of purging. It feels lighter here. It is spacious, kind and hopeful. Moving gave me a deadline to get rid of what was not bringing me joy, and I am grateful. I know there is still more to let go of, but I am proud of how deep I allowed myself to go as I decided what to bring forward. (I kept the biker jacket...)
  
I want to share the feeling here! I am hosting an all-day retreat for women in my new apartment on Sunday May 22nd. There are a couple of spots still available. If you are interested, please email for details. The spirit of the day: to be, and to play, in the heart-centered moment, through creative activities - group singing, writing, art and making a vision board. I will even cook a vegan lunch for us.
  
What does your home feel like? 

2 comments

  • Bryan Abes

    Bryan Abes Kennett square, Pennsylvania

    Good morning Denise, my home feels especially comforting in the spring and summer time. We have a beautiful neighborhood, When I look out my windows in those seasons and see the green grass, the green leaves on the trees, the flowers, and the sun shining I'm reminded of the year we moved here 23 years ago. It was during the summer. My home feels comforting in the fall and winter too, don't get me wrong.

    Good morning Denise, my home feels especially comforting in the spring and summer time. We have a beautiful neighborhood, When I look out my windows in those seasons and see the green grass, the green leaves on the trees, the flowers, and the sun shining I'm reminded of the year we moved here 23 years ago. It was during the summer. My home feels comforting in the fall and winter too, don't get me wrong.

  • Denise Moser

    Denise Moser

    Hi Bryan, I am glad you have a beautiful place to call home. You must be especially loving it now, since spring is in full bloom. Sending my best...

    Hi Bryan, I am glad you have a beautiful place to call home. You must be especially loving it now, since spring is in full bloom. Sending my best...

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