Things I'm Obsessed With

25 May 19
Nourish Through Movement

One of my favourite things to do when J is away is revamping a part of the house! Why? Because when he’s seeing it come together, he questions my choices – granted, I go through many versions before finding the one. When he is away, I can go through my process and figure out what […]

25 May 19
VHiStory

This tape opens with the end of Horizon looking at how Police officers can handle stress. Then, the first episode of French And Saunders. I liked the early CGI for the titles. There’s a lot of little TV jokes here, like the slightly rough CSO for Dawn in this shot. Regular blog readers will be unsurprised that […]

24 May 19

Setting here thinking, I realize that everyone is somewhere on the healing spectrum. Whether going in, finding their way or coming out, we’re all figuring this thing out. You know, feeling and dealing our way through. There’s even room in the come to terms circles for those avoiding the spectrum. You know, hoe-ing instead of […]

24 May 19

Hello everyone! Today I will be doing a pt. 2 post of recommended Etsy products. Etsy is such a fun place to shop, and I love sharing some of my favorite items! I got a lot of messages after my last post from people who really didn’t know where to start with shopping on Etsy, […]

24 May 19
THEAUSSIEWORD.COM

THEAUSSIEWORD.COM // Special Interview with Jayden McGrath. How and where did it all begin for you? What drew your interest to the music industry? I started to really become interested in playing and writing music when I moved back to Alice Springs from the USA. Being the son of an avid blues fan/guitarist, and having […]

24 May 19
The Now Word

  THERE is a bit of a sinking feeling in my gut. I’ve been processing it all week before writing today. After reading public comments from even well-known Catholics, to “conservative” media to the average layperson… it’s clear that the chickens have come home to roost. The lack of catechesis, moral formation, critical thinking and […]

24 May 19
xoxostacyb

What I ate Wednesday. One full day of eating ZERO Weight Watchers Points. And I didn’t die…lol. Or starve for that matter. Planning is key, but it’s 100% doable. I’ve been promising this post for Since my blog post: {weight watchers 1 week results} more than 15 of you clicked on my link and signed […]

24 May 19
Climbing Climax

One in two relationships are based on meeting your partner at work, and the chances are higher than that if you have an affair that you will meet that person in your working environment. I have now been teaching pole dancing classes since 2008 and during this time you would have thought that I would […]

24 May 19
The Inevitable Scadian

I could have found the SCA many ways. The organization was founded by some of my favorite science fiction authors. I’m pretty sure my medieval art history professor nudged me in the direction of the SCA once or twice. (Medieval art historians are considered the most fun loving, probably because we study penis trees). But […]

24 May 19
The BMT (Bone Marrow Transplant) Diaries

I really enjoy writing about funny stories I live. Yesterday’s post was on the less than funny side so I really want to laugh even more! But it’s not like that’s something I can force. Since I’m on house arrest it’s hard for funny things to happen naturally. So when this just happened I got […]

24 May 19
The Jaime Herzog Show

Hey guys! I want to preface this post by saying that I am not a teacher, nor am I qualified in any sort of educational teachings. I am not going to try and pass this as hard facts, this piece is just a place for me to voice my opinions and hopefully bring to light […]

24 May 19
ineffablemystique

Sometimes I look up to the night sky filled with stars, and I look for a sign; for what though? It’s a mystery; seems normal to others, for they don’t see it the way I see it. Am I weird or maybe I am crazy. My mind is like a forest; dark, and deep, yet […]

24 May 19
Our Warren Peace

Ok, in all honesty- the title is to just get your attention. Although, if you’ve never had a cold glass of tea with your PB and J, you are SERIOUSLY missing something significant in your life. Just saying… But for the real stuff. Maybe it’s just me, but I get super duper obsessed with things […]

24 May 19
Life Unscripted

You might think that being in nature would be a calming and restorative experience.  Normally it is.  Not so after our recent visit to Necedah National Wildlife Refuge which I wrote about two days ago.  I suppose one might say I’m upset about the Karner Blue Butterflies — in a strange sort of way.  It’s […]