Published July 18, 2011 at 266 × 222 in An Interview with Karen Chapple, Professor of Urban Planning at UC BerkeleyEnciclopedia De Los Alcoholes
HEROES: un proposito común
do you think you can get this tn the theaters!?!
November 14, 2011 at 11:12 pm
Yes! It will be a short documentary, so it won’t likely be playing in any mainstream movie theaters, but we hope to bring the film to festivals around the country. Thanks for reading Stacey!
November 15, 2011 at 3:50 am
~You’r very welcome!
I wish I could be apart of all this some how,some day. But untill then I will be following evryone elces’ stories 🙂
(witch is my way of staying conected to all this great stuff going on!)
The way I look at “the tiny house movement” is it’s a warm and secure fealing, just like being under one of grandmas brite colored handmade quilts that she put so much time and love into. Each one of us has our own little “patch in that quilt”. So Merete, what colors do you have in you’r “patch”? (Lol!)
My uncle has a yellow tiny house with wite trim and lots of metal shelfing, so we said the threads in his part of “the tiny house quilt” would start with yellow, white, and silver.
I don’t know if you can see this the way I did when I came up with it. But, it was a fun little idea I figured I’d share :p I am so proud of people doing this kind of thing and love finding new stories everyday!
Thank you to everyone who shares their lives with the rest of us. By being able to see each others’ stories, it is inspireing and makes us “feal apart” of something new and real! TTFN! ~staceyranae
November 25, 2011 at 12:47 am
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