Home Base by mary elizabeth

August 17, 2012 at 4:38 pm Leave a comment

Have you ever felt as though you were right on the brink of all sorts of happiness and balance and goodness? That’s how I’m feeling right now. Things are a little up in the air right at this actual moment, but I can see the horizon and it looks pretty good. I did that internal reset with the twenty eight day cleanse a couple months ago and then my recent vacation was like an external reset so I’m really poised for a new outlook and a new, well, life.  I’m thinking about “home” as a concept right now, not only because I was away for so long, but because I’m moving again. I know – too boring to even bring up at this point. I think I’ve moved four times since I started contributing to this blog. Whatever – I’m moving again and apart from the actual, physical act I’m really excited. Although a firm believer in “home is where the heart is”, I have to say I’m looking forward to having my heart in a home of my own.

Speaking of “home”, I’m happy to say the Living Light Inn is full for the next session and very close to it for the one after that. If you’re planning on coming to Living Light in the next year, I suggest you reserve your room earlier rather than later. The inn is a great way to immerse yourself in the raw lifestyle. The communal kitchen allows students to prepare their own raw vegan dishes in the evenings or practice their recipes for school. It’s such a lovely building and the bedding is all organic. Our innkeepers Kristen and Cory are welcoming and knowledgeable and super helpful. We even have a couple of dog friendly rooms. The only down side is the fact that we can’t house all of our students there. So – like I said – be sure and reserve your spot and make the Living Light Inn your home while you’re here. We’ll take good care of you.


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