sunday morning stream of consciousness

I’m sitting on our porch in my dream egg chair, sinking deep into a mix of pillows and Mexican blankets, my coffee resting precariously against my criss-crossed legs. The dog is barking at the goat that keeps trying to eat her food, and as I write this she’s given up, deciding to roll around in…

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Seven Steps for Staying Home

We’re in a weird time, y’all. But I don’t need to tell you that – I’m sure you’re just as affected, if not more so, by the recent events attacking not only our nation, but our world. Personally, I realize I’m holding onto a lot of fear about how all of this is going to…

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navigating fear, embracing simplicity: my notes on COVID-19

It’s pretty safe to say there’s really nothing good about this whole Coronavirus scare. Toilet paper is flying off the shelves, long-anticipated travel plans are being cancelled, and there’s significant fear in the fact that – while we probably won’t die from it – we might pass it on to someone who could. Personally, I’ve…

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namaste, wild women

A couple of years ago, I came across this 27-year-old book written by Clarissa Pinkola Estes: Women Who Run With the Wolves. I think it came “recommended” by Emma Watson, who is also a strong proponent for pubic hair oil and other feminist ideologies. I was intrigued, so I found a copy at Half Price…

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