manage your debt until you get out of debt entirely and get on with living debt-free.
Yes, you'll get away from traffic, schedules and daytimers, but you'll have to remember to water your plants every day. Instead of living by the clock, like farmers back in time and forward to Eternity, you will live by the seasons, by the rain or lack of it, by tne temperature and air flow and humidity and effort of your own hands.
If you don't want to do that, just put this book away now. This book is about farming on the roof of your own home--1800 square feet of farming, a 30 foot by 60 foot garden plot within the protective covering in which you also live, eat, sleep and carry on. ... After all, people take pets into their homes that dirty things up and make messes on the floor, why not take plants into your home that product oxygen, food and beauty and don't chew on your slippers?
Now, think about this for a while! Yeah, I suppose someone could build a pyramid home and use it for an art studio or day care center for older latchkey kids. Or, how about an orchid nursery? It'd be a great bird sanctuary or herpetarium. Yes, you could put a playroom on the main level, and garden plants only on upper levels so the kids would be out of your hair on dull, cold days. This pyramid is too pretty to be used as an machine shop or wood shop. My, how to outrage the wife! She'd never forgive that--the guys upstairs where it's all light and beauty making their messes with welding torches and quenching pots, dropping hardware on the floor. No, I don't think so. But-- you know--give it some thought. Anything's possible. ["But did you ever try to strike a match on a wet cake of soap?"]