Him: Maybe he's not that into cats. Her: He has THREE OF THEM! It still makes me giggle.
I wrote this a couple weeks ago after a rather sad drive home--it felt like every song reminded me of something we did. And that memory would bring out all the other memories, and those are boxes that I do not often open up in my memory room because even all these years later it … Continue reading Dear Martha
This is just a massive photo dump of some of my pictures from Scotland. I'll be going thru and labeling and sorting eventually, but I wanted to get some of them out there.
You know the story, a grain of sand gets in an oyster and ends up being a beautiful pearl. I think that is how an idea can turn into a dream. I have had a few dreams over the last 4 decades. Some have come to fruition, and some have failed miserably while teaching me … Continue reading A grain of sand.
This is a fantastic read!!
Dear men: Here are 5 things you can do to support your wife or girlfriend in a sexist world
Written by Jessica Eaton
Content warning for discussion of sex, porn, violence and misogyny
This blog is for all of the men who love women, who are in relationships with women they respect and care about. You see, being a decent bloke to your wife or girlfriend is great and all, but the woman you love lives in a society that is inherently sexist and misogynistic.
She lives in the same world as you, but the world doesn’t treat her the same way it treats you. That’s why I’ve put together some things you can do to support her in a society that hates her for being a woman.
Actually, before I start with the things you can do to support her, take a few moments to think about this…
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When I sat down to write this, Never Ever sung by the amazeballs Caro Emerald came up on my playlist. I'll embed the video--she is so talented! Sometimes the Universe gives us so many signs it's beyond amazing. I wanted to write while this was fresh in my mind, because I did something that I'm … Continue reading Never Ever
I'm not going full-on dark, but I realized this morning that it was the day my Dad died. And because I like to make up my own language, Deathiversary is what I call it. The thing that sucks about getting older is there become more deathiversaries than birthdays and anniversaries. I know, cycle of life, … Continue reading Deathiversary