|Carrying on the movement||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Dahako (Dahakoaol.com)|
|Date: Sat, 12 Aug 2006 07:03:45 -0700 (PDT)|
Hi - I was talking to my 15-year-old about the conference and she asked why, if we were so serious about carrying the cohousing movement forward, we 1) did not have a plan to help the kids raised in cohousing (our best market) to be able to live in cohousing once they leave their parents' homes (affordability), and 2) did not have any conference sessions or national outreach for the teens who had grown up in cohousing and might want to help carry the movement forward? She and I have talked a bit about this, but I figure you all can help me answer her. Please. Maybe she can get her community service learning hours working for the Mid-Atlantic Chapter answering her own questions? What say, Ann Z? Also, is anyone else having the experience that the kids raised in cohousing, who cannot remember anything else, expect to live in cohousing when they are grown? Or are other kids rebelling? -Jessie Handforth Kome Silver Spring, Maryland "Where I'm still finishing my condo's floors in the second year after move in. The Rembrandt concrete stain is gorgeous and holding up very well except under the chair with rolling wheels at the computer. And I think this will be our first and last stone tile floor (stuff is *heavy*!) once we get the entry hall done."
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