“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” --Maya Angelou

Sunday, January 22, 2012

But I Like It Here

Hey don't get it wrong. i really like the place i am in. The women are civil, even nice people. And if they are religious they actually act according to what they believe. And they do not proselytize. It also doesn't have the institution-of-the-state run like a damned prison like the shelters in the northeast.

We want for nothing here. (well except when i run out of funds i need to find somewhere to get eggs yogurt milk shampoo type stuff but the rest is here)

Its the content coming in through what is probably tech. It ends at around Midnight but not completely. Like I said its constant wifi, satellite tv and many cell phones as well as being within an L shape of some ridiculously large power lines. Not as big as the ones were very near my maternal family home in Waltham MA but almost as large. That house had so many factors influencing the environment. Everything from a basement that flooded to power lines to Polaroid and other companies polluting Rt. 128 (the Silicon Valley of the northeast). My poor family kept holding onto the house becuz my great grandfather built it and my grandmother was born in it.

I have realized that where a person lives has a great impact on their health overall.
And we have to realize it with a changing environment so our health issues are going to change and we have to respond accordingly. Often to save our very lives or at least quality of life.

I don't like being in this place and not traveling. Yet this is often necessary to get solid work accomplished that simply cannot be accomplished while traveling. I also have to admit i live in a mortal body that ages and breaks down and needs repair :( and tend to those issues..unfortunately.