Meg & Bill Scofield are two delightful (and faithful) members of a weekly therapeutic yoga class I facilitate in downtown DC, close to the George Washington University Hospital. In the wake of what they call “medical upheaval,” they’ve been blogging about their intentional lifestyle — which has meant what most of us would consider radical downsizing and simple living. In fact, next month they will pack it even further down into what fits in a large backpack each, and take off — starting in Mexico, and seeing where life draws them afterwards.
They have an occasional interview series with other DC dwellers who’ve touched their lives. Juan Carlos and I sat down with them over strong Americanos, which might account for the good-natured rambling we did about everything from the Holocaust to how Juan Carlos and I met and got married to what we like about DC. Enjoy!
That’s lovely, Yael, in every way. Thank you. I’m so glad to know that we live in tthe same world.
Thank you. But the world sometimes feels too big, no, my favorite fava lady?
I love this interview, Yael! And, so so great to see you the other night, and to meet Juan Carlos!
Aw, it’s sweet, no? We loved seeing you and hearing/feeling the gong orchestra. I keep thinking it’s the perfect listening/healing lounge kind of event. i.e., more soon, please? xo