If they can live it …

It’s interesting the things that stick with a person. For instance, there’s a line in a Laurell K. Hamilton book that keeps repeating in my head years after I first read it: “If they can live it, I can watch it.”* The book was about Anita Blake, vampire hunter. In the scene, she and another… Continue reading If they can live it …



Laurelin Farm is my spiritual home. My church. Every year, Laurelin puts on a festival to celebrate Lughnasadh, the first harvest holiday. It’s always a fantastic time. I get recharged, grounded and ready for the next year. While this year was a bit subdued for me, the festival was still the same. I always take… Continue reading Lughnasadh

When Parents Go to Jail

So, during this “crisis” at our southern border with Mexico, our country has been separating children from their parents because their parents have been arrested and detained for “illegally” crossing the border. This is morally reprehensible. So many other ways-humane ways-exist to treat these migrants. I’ve heard multiple arguments to support our government’s horrible actions… Continue reading When Parents Go to Jail

I Am Rich

This thought hit me a few weeks ago. I was standing in line at the grocery store deli waiting to order lunchmeat and cheese. I am rich. I read an article a while back stating that people in the top 20% of income earners don’t feel rich or wealthy. You can read it here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/i-dont-feel-wealthy-the-upper-middle-class-is-worried-about-paying-for-the-tax-overhaul/2017/11/09/a5cf1acc-c55e-11e7-aae0-cb18a8c29c65_story.html?utm_term=.b14dadbea132… Continue reading I Am Rich