So what's a Koffee Klatch? The term is German, from Kaffee coffee + Klatsch gossip. It's an informal social gathering for coffee and conversation. The term Coffee Klatch or our way Koffee Klatch, was first in use in the late 1800's so it's nothing new. So on a daily basis we have a topic and sit around together and share our ideas, thoughts and opinions. So please join us whether this is your first day at Healing Well or you've been here for years. Everyone is welcome! And even if you frequent other forums withing HW you are most welcome to come join our daily routine.
For today.... Most people are proud of where they live. We think our country, state, city, town or region are the absolute best and I'm sure we're all correct.
Each area has a unique climate, exceptional places of interest and a varied history. So, what do you love about
where you live? The climate? Are there fun things to do? What about
the recreational prospects? What is it that you love about
where you live better than any other place on earth?
I'm in NW Washington state...yep, it sure does rain here. But that's what makes it so green and lush. Personally I enjoy the rain and I love a good storm or three during the winter.Most years we get some snow but it's rarely a major concern. And the summers aren't scorching, at least on the west side of the state. But head to the east side, over the Cascade Range, and you'll think you've traveled into a different land. The mountains divide the state in half leaving one side hot and dry and the other damp and green. We can snow ski or water ski much of the year. (Chutzie doesn't do either..lol) But I can go to the beach (Pacific Ocean) and soothe my entire being by just walking along the surf. We happen to live in a rural area in the middle of a forest so it's peaceful and quiet...most of the time. But if friends come to visit we can day a short day trip to Seattle and they can have that 'big city' experience. Everything is at your back door.
What is it about
where you live that you love?
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“If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things.” Albert Einstein