Updated: Oct 10, 2018
Have I told you about my baby? I realized the other day that this cohousing obsession of mine is my baby. I want you to know and love her too, like I do. Like a mother, I am proud of what she can become and what she could contribute to the community. She could be a model of goodness and inclusiveness. She could represent what good environmental building principles would look like. She could demonstrate what consensus decision making can accomplish. As the first cohousing development in the Valley started by people who wanted to make a difference in the world she could be a model for the community. So please if I keep spieling about cohousing it's not that I think she is just cute. Which she is by the way. I really do think that you should look at her and see her for what she really is. A way to make the world a better place. To live more connected, to learn how to share time and resources. Isn't that what we were taught in kindergarten. How did we become the me generation that sometimes values stuff and autonomy over relationships. This is an opportunity you won't want to miss. Join us, we need to nurture this baby into adulthood.
Wednesday 6-8 at the Invermere Library you can meet our baby. Dorothy and I will be there to greet you.
QUESTION: Have you ever sat with friends and said "When we get old we will all buy houses in a neighbourhood and live together "? a simple yes or know will do.