Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Journey (so far)

The first house Mr. Nobody and I bought together was the 22nd we had toured.  We needed a central location and lots of room for kids visiting every other weekend, for not too much money and we found it.  It … Continue reading

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Thresholds

What’s your threshold?  – Derrick Jensen In private conversations and on public boards, I’m hearing, and I’m asking, “what’s it gonna take for people to do something?” Whether it’s out of control police or spying or extraction or pollution……all of … Continue reading

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The Art of Framing

Seldom do people question their world views.  Most of us just absorb what our parents have taught us and never really think about where our assumptions come from. As I’ve been documenting here, my entire world view started shifting when … Continue reading

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A Political Odyssey

Once upon a time, many years ago, I was a registered Democrat.  I was born liberal, from parents who were.  I am a coal miners granddaughter, and in the house where my father was born were three portraits.  One of … Continue reading

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Show me the evidence

2014 is shaping up to be an epic year.   And I do take a bit of satisfaction in having predicted it all.  Water is becoming quite the issue. Take a look at Brazil.  Did you know that over 200 municipalities … Continue reading

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