Sunday December 07, 2014
The itinerant life
more stories from this episode
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- Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel says 75 is a good age to die
- The itinerant life
- How Jean Béliveau lit the way for a boy in Hay River, N.W.T.
- Geoffrey James captures stunning images of life inside Kingston Pen
- Tragedy builds a new family for children's author Jean Little and sister Pat de Vries
- Full Episode
Amy Attas is at home...wherever she finds herself.
And in the course of any given year, she finds herself in a lot of places.
Many of us - most of us - yearn for some kind of stability, a place to call our own, hang a hat, put down roots. But there's another kind of living arrangement: on the move, most of the time, that suits a subculture just fine.
This is Amy's essay about her itinerant life.