We visited both children for two days each this past week. I learn so much about and from them each time we interact. We have done well as parents as they are a joy to be with. And I often wonder what they must think of us as parents. People who are not settled, always on the move, wandering about the country with no definite daily plans. But I hope they are comfortable with our way of life and understand that our wandering can help restore one’s humanity and reestablish the harmony once existing between us and the cosmos. A friend of our children made a statement to us about a month ago and I saw it as the ultimate compliment. He said, “most parents live vicariously through their children and here you are, with your children living vicariously through you”. It was something that I never thought about but hoped they were content with our new way of life. After all is said and done we end up with only memory-upon which love is utterly dependent and memory is the lone, truly portable outcome of our days.