Blog Archives

On shading & chakras

Bad days and life wasted in meetings aside, I’ve always believed in people. Teen years to now. It was back in Marion where I decided that Religion was not part of my view of the universe in my late teens.

Posted in personal

Dancing my pants off

This past weekend came with a chance to spend time with two people who are incredibly dear to me and to do something I said I’d never do again. When I was a teenager I entered the 9th-grade science fair.

Posted in personal, running

Tattoo Session 4 & a crisis in the UK

Complicated weekend with my fourth session today completing the pattern for my entire back piece. The design work is done and a Metraton Cube is permanently drawn upon my back along with Ganesha by Andy at Long Street Collective. It’s funny

Posted in personal

Pushing boulders, & harsh emails, up mountains

There is a person I used to know who was not one of my favorites. I saw him again last week in a meeting where he seemingly experienced a blood pressure spike after learning about a growing threat to two

Posted in personal, professional

Independence Day in Trump’s America

My husband came home tonight and told me a story of being at a convenience store with around six people in line earlier today. An African American man was managing the shop. While in line Eddie saw the manager approach

Posted in general

One for the books

The Pets Without Parents 5k was amazing, and as a no kill shelter $10k is a huge thing. I likened being at the starting line with all the other people this morning to “being surrounded by happy.” The thought that

Posted in general, personal

The space between Friday & the weekend

Its pizza night on a rainy Friday Ohio evening. I love going to Dante’s Pizza in Clintonville where Eddie and I used to live in the late part of the 2000’s. It’s a family run hole in the wall with,

Posted in general

A revolution of love

June always reminds me of the protest that my fathers, decked out in drag, had the courage to bring to the public. A collection of “queers” written off by the world as a group of freaks and deviants. Living between

Posted in personal

Friends & teachers

The weekend was planned out loosely and packed with really cool stuff to do in Washington DC for the Pride March. That’s what they remained though, unrealized plans. Life presented itself with a deeply personal issue that caused me to

Posted in general, personal

“Whisker fatigue?”

It’s a well established fact that cats fuel the internet. Without them there would be no soul or purpose to our collective online experience. Given that I’ve had two sets of cats over the past three decades, I was surprised to

Posted in general

Activity

  • Weight training
    On November 13, 2017 4:00 am rode 0.00 mi. during 00:30:00 hours climbing 0.00 ft.
  • Weight lifting
    On November 7, 2017 1:10 pm rode 0.00 mi. during 00:30:00 hours climbing 0.00 ft.
  • Afternoon Walk
    On November 3, 2017 5:00 pm rode 1.10 mi. during 00:20:00 hours climbing 0.00 ft.
  • Lunch run
    On November 3, 2017 12:05 pm rode 2.00 mi. during 00:20:00 hours climbing 0.00 ft.
  • Noon walk
    On November 2, 2017 11:33 am rode 1.90 mi. during 00:31:00 hours climbing 0.00 ft.
  • Weight training
    On November 2, 2017 7:51 am rode 0.00 mi. during 00:30:00 hours climbing 0.00 ft.