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eleven days

August 21, 2014
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Every day. I said I would write something every single day for one month. It’s day six. I’ve already missed one day and trust me, this is not really going to count for much. I am tired. Perhaps it is because my son will be officially discharged from the rehab hospital tomorrow. And now I can finally breathe again. Perhaps even sleep again. ~~~~~~~~~~ I want another month of summer holidays. Ours just started....

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Curves and Edges

August 20, 2014
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Curves and Edges

There I was. Going about my day, taking one kid to camp and the other to his therapy appointments and I stopped for a minute to check my email. And there it was, right in the subject line: “You’re...

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R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

August 19, 2014
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Tonight’s post was going to be about respect. Respect for people. Respect for our world. Respect for another person’s piece of it. And yet somehow, going off on a rant about my dumb-ass neighbours who let their giant dogs...

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Pillows

August 18, 2014
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Pillows

While we were on Vancouver Island for our holidays recently, we visited more than one craft/street/farmer’s market in the towns and areas surrounding us. It’s one of my favourite things to do while we are there and I look...

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A challenge and change and channelling my anxiety.

August 16, 2014
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A challenge and change and channelling my anxiety.

Ask me to drink 3 litres of water a day and I’ll make it to maybe day four. Ask me to wake up one hour earlier than usual to meditate/workout/write and realistically I’ll do it a few timesĀ and then...

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Feminist Fare Friday: Edition #28

August 15, 2014
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Today’s post is not really that feminist in nature, but nonetheless, every piece here has touched me immensely this week. This very hard, very difficult, very sad, very frustrating, very angry week. I have cried, I have cry-laughed, I...

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What the tides keep at bay

August 12, 2014
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What the tides keep at bay

    There is a sacredness to the tides, stepping your feet in the waters of the ocean and having it wash away the sand on your feet, only for more sand to be washed back upon them as...

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