Monthly Archives: November 2018
I enjoyed a happy moment yesterday with the discovery of a kindred vegan spirit. Chance threw us together. We were making friendly small talk. As time passed, we discovered more and more shared likes and experiences. Finally, as the conversation … Continue reading
Always together. Silly, goofy, playful. The occasional tiff. Immediately forgotten. Staunch advocates. Shared concerns. Curious. Rambunctious. Excited about life Or napping.
I stumbled upon a surprising and happy memory the other day. Peggy’s Cove in Nova Scotia popped up in a post on Glenn and Lynn’s engaging Just A Bit Further blog. I crossed paths with Peggy’s Cove many years ago while … Continue reading
What would the world look like if it was actually built on compassion and cooperation, instead of greed and competition? And why isn’t it? Why are we all bound to a system that serves us so disproportionately, often runs counter … Continue reading
After our balmy weekend temperatures in the 40’s, the snow had all but disappeared. Mother Nature has taken care of that overnight, laying a blanket of snow on everything. Still, as I peer out into the early morning darkness, it … Continue reading
After some pretty frigid temps, there’s been a nice respite in the weather. It felt good to get out on the city park trails which wind along next to the river. Didn’t even wear a hat. In the summer, the … Continue reading