It’s a series on Netflix and I love it. It’s worthwhile to explore why.
I don’t want to live in these extravagant homes, even if I had the money. I’m happy in my three bedroom detached condo. I don’t want to spy on the “lifestyles of the rich and famous”. So often there’s no happiness there.
But there’s something that thrills me about this:
Look at those curves! Feel the ourageousness of it all. I want more of that in my life – off the wall, on the ceiling, flying through space.
Speaking of outrageous, the hosts of the series are a laugh a minute. Even better, Caroline and Piers thoroughly enjoy each other. I roared when she opened a heavy wooden door for him with a bow: “After you, my lord …”
Perhaps it is the scenic lots that have tickled my fancy:
I love long vistas. My living room looks out on a farmer’s field. But I don’t need to be perched on the side of a mountain, above the rest of humanity, gazing down on a sublime lake.
The vistas of the spirit are even more stunning. The wide open spaces of two hearts beating as one. The touch of the infinite in the moment at hand.
The world of “different” is alive and well on the planet. Be noticed and talked about, for good or ill. Hey, I loved that curvy home. Here’s another noticeable:
It’s cool … yes? But give me a real human being in the richness of their seasons. Give me the tears that fall – in sorrow or joy.
I love “Extraordinary Homes” for its smiles, its colours, its curves and its spirit. I smile too.