I'd give just about anything to spend some time with you on your ashram rooftop. :) Sounds perfect. xo
Well I see that you have been busy creating magical memories with your children and enjoying every minute of it! I always feel so inspired after reading about your children's adventures! You have such lucky babes! Happy New Year!
Oooh, tell more!
Metaphorically.In Eat Pray Love Elizabeth gets over a major hump in her life when she goes up to the rooftop of the ashram to take care of some spiritual business. She spends the night up there... eventually moving from angst to being released from her bonds.Mine was kinda like that - nothing so dramatic and anguishing, but, still, every once in a while you gotta spend the night (or in my case, the day) on the roof, convincing ghosts to leave you the hell alone.
(I guess even more ambiguity is what you get for an answer in the middle of the night.)grin.
Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts!