Holding on to Hope

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After the baby jails I had to disconnect. I’d already had one breakdown this year, let us not court another. SO I have had to unplug a bit more.  Which is hard, because it is very easy to not pay … Continued

Geared up for our mini-break!

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Douglas and I are taking off tomorrow for a mini-break in picturesque  Port Townsend, Washington (PT).  Port Townsend was the town we visited during our honeymoon (2016), when we first verbalized and conceptualized the idea of relocating to the Pacific Northwest. … Continued

Art input requested…

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I am making “art bells” basically I am recycling found items, stuff that looks like bells to me- thimbles, old broken vases, bullet casings…into actual bells. Bell one is incomplete, because I can’t decide if the knocker should be the … Continued

Nasturtium in training

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We have nasturtiums. Lots of them. They are so bright and cheerful, I want more. But that will tip us quickly into the obscene amount of flowers. As it is we have more of the peppery morsels than we can … Continued

A very good place to start.

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As I struggle to get through the day without feeling like the world is caving in, part of my focus is to return to my studies in Buddhism. I’m hoping that by sharing some very basics,  perhaps it might be … Continued

Anxiety or Panic? Bit’a both?!

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People often interchange the terms panic attack and anxiety attack, and there is often overlap. But in diagnosis they are two separate things. A panic attack is like a shark attack, comes outta nowhere. BOOM! Suddenly you find yourself huddling … Continued

Will work for school?

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This would make SUCH a difference to so many of us drowning in student debt! “You may soon be able to declare bankruptcy on your student loans—”