|Re: Kitchen Size/packing analogy||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Virginia Moreland (vmorelandmindspring.com)|
|Date: Wed, 20 Jan 1999 06:13:58 -0600|
At 08:23 AM 1/19/99 -0600, Sharon Villines wrote: >I think kitchen size in cohousing is like packing for a weekend vs a week. >You still have to pack all the basic stuff so there isn't much difference. >But since hotels now have hair dryers and irons in the rooms you save a >little space on the big items. > >Sharon Villines >The MacGuffin, http://www.macguffin.net >Synergy Cohousing, Delray Beach, FL http://www.cohousing.net Sharon, that's a great analogy! It may work not just for kitchens but for cohousing units in general. You know you're going to eat several meals a week in the vacation lodge and that you don't need to have your own canoe or bicycle (i.e. weed-eater or sewing machine) unless you plan to use them just constantly. Most people can relate to this instantly - then you just make the segue from short-term vacation to long-term living situation. Thanks! Ginny Moreland, East Lake Commons, GA
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