They Might Be From Sebastopol If ...
...they don't flinch when strangers stop them on the street to talk about the best yoga poses for spiritual healing. (Alvin Jornada / The Press Democrat)
...they're the 99%, no matter how much money they earn. (Christopher Chung / PD FILE)
....their idea of normal is the rest of the world’s idea of…unique. (Crista Jeremiason / PD FILE)
....Guayaki is their coffee. (Crista Jeremiason / PD FILE)
....they have a loyalty card from Peace and Medicine. (John Burgess/For The Press Democrat)
....they can speak for at least 20 minutes on the evils of fast food. (Jeff Kan Lee / PD FILE)
...their mantra is to be kind to the earth and to one another. (Kent Porter / Press Democrat) 2010
....they've received an angry note from their child’s teacher for using plastic bags in their lunchbox. (Kent Porter / Press Democrat)
....most of their child's classmates don't get vaccinations. (Kent Porter / The Press Democrat)
....they set aside their junk for sculptures instead of the garbage truck crew. (PD FILE)
....they have a personal Reiki healer.
....they're saving up to spend a month at an Indian ashram with their favorite yogi.
....they wish the newspaper would start running horoscopes by “a real astrologer.”
....their backyard birds live fancier than you do.
....their boho chic clothes cost a small fortune.
....their car has more bumper stickers on it than paint.
....they're unavailable this week because they're at Burning Man. (AP PHOTO)
....their cat has its own website.
....their dog eats organic food.
....they've had dreadlocks at least once in their life.
....their dad leads a drum circle.
....their clothing is organic.
....their neighbor doesn’t mind that they use their hot tub...naked...when they’re not home.
....their boyfriend's hair is longer than yours.
....reggae reminds them of home. (Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
....they worked at Screamin' Mimi's in high school. (FACEBOOK)
....they have a stash of Oreos behind their GMO-free, fair trade, organic hemp seeds.
....they make you take your cell phone call in the other room so you don't affect the homeopathic medicine.
....they take army showers, but drink bottled water. (Erik Castro/Sonoma Magazine)
...it's not Sonoma Aroma you smell....
....they're spiritual, not religious.
....the checkers at Whole Foods know them by name.
....their wind chimes are in tune.
....their boyfriend rocks a bun better than you.
....they lived on an apple farm as a child. (Conner Jay/The Press Democrat)
....their grocer enforces meatless Mondays. (PD FILE)
....they think PG&E is out to get them. (Scott Manchester/The Press Democrat)