The Natural World

I grew up in the woods. There's really no other way to say it. Growing up I couldn't see any neighbours houses, just trees. As a little girl my days were spent outside in the trees playing house. I pretended the stand of trees between my house and the lower driveway, which went out to... Continue Reading →

Prompt: Mirror, Mirror

“When I look in the mirror, I . . .” . . . can't believe the woman I've become. Where have the years gone? When did those little crow's feet form in the corners of my eyes? When did I become so shapeless? Who am I now? When you're young older people tell you to... Continue Reading →

New on Netflix: Good Girls

I binge watched a recent addition to Netflix called Good Girls. It's an American series starring Christina Hendricks (Mad Men, Hap & Leonard), Retta (Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, Parks & Recreation), and Mae Whitman (Parenthood, Arrested Development) as three suburban mothers who decide to take matters into their own hands and do whatever it takes... Continue Reading →

Vegan-iversay

On January 30th I celebrated one full year of eating a plant-based diet and about six months of being vegan. I say that because in the beginning it was just about weight loss and health for me, I hadn't made the connection to the animals. I wasn't consciously buying specific shampoos and conditioners because they... Continue Reading →

Writing Prompts #3

An opening line ... 20 minutes ... no self-editing ... 3 ... 2 ... 1 ... Write! They say Old Weezie’s been reading palms out of her run-down shack for a hundred years or more. Though she doesn't look so old. I've been visiting her shack ever since I was a little girl and she... Continue Reading →

New on Netflix: Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope

Over the weekend I noticed this new television series on Netflix called "Can't Cope, Won't Cope." Yes, it's not the greatest as titles go, but I was intrigued enough by the photographs to at least hover over it and find out what it was all about. At the time I was looking for something light... Continue Reading →

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