Open House at Golgonooza 2014

Julia Ferrari with Judy Van Wageningen

Julia Ferrari with Judy Van Wageningen

At the Open House and Golgonooza House “Warming” we had 25 people attending. It was very comforting to have the support of all these special people, many of whom drove a distance to be here.

I have dedicated part of my “Vermont Views” article this month to my feelings after this event, and include an excerpt from it here: Please go to:        http://www.vermontviews.org/vermontviews.org/in_between.html       for the full article, up soon.

Thankfulness in the Midst of Difficulties

December 11, 2014

Today I had the first Open House event at Golgonooza Letter Foundry & Press since losing my partner, Dan Carr. I did not know whether anyone would make the effort to come because of the weather, and I was prepared for a small turnout, having no idea who would come. As I made homemade eggnog, with the fresh glass bottled milk from local  Manning Hill Farm, I tried to keep up with all that needed doing by myself. People arrived throughout the afternoon despite the light  but steady snowfall, and I found myself surprised by each person that crossed my threshold and felt blessed by their presence. The love and caring they brought, their open hearts waiting to be warmed, deeply touched me and opened my own heart. …

Anita Hunt and Ginger Mullen

Anita Hunt and Ginger Mullen

 

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