Hippie Lifestyle: Defined

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Joshua, 1977-

“Hemp Rope | Books | Showers | Frisbees | Pie”

His hippie lifestyle cardboard sign reads:

Tie-dye
Anything Shiney
Munchies
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Routine

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Barbara*, 1939-

“[And I encountered] hostility, especially from little old ladies. But anybody, really, you try to say hello to first. If they say hello to you, it’s fine, you can return it, but the queen speaks first!”

I try to have a day routine; I think it’s psychologically healthy. Every Monday*, we have an animal lovers’ group that I attend. On Thursdays, Read more »

A Giver More than a Taker

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Barbara, 1948-

“It is like God is speaking in you, or a feeling in your stomach.”

If someone really needs money for food, I give it to them. I can tell when it is for food and not drugs. I take one look and know, I am a pro. It’s a feeling inside, you just know your own people. Read more »

My Grandchildren

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Barbara*, 1939-

“They sit around and talk about their grandchildren; I talk about animals.”

We have an animal lovers group that I attend. Generally, they sit around and talk about their grandchildren; I talk about animals. Cats are one thing, dogs are another, and I like them all. Growing up, Read more »

Tona’s Daughter

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Tona, 1992-

‘Do you see it? There! Right there!’ She looks up at the top of a naked tree.

‘Do you want to see my hiding spot?’ she asks whispering, her eyes, a brilliant green, smiling. She pushes aside her mud-pie, stroking her pants as she stands up. Read more »