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Category Archives: Journal

Should Women without Children be Asked if They’re Baby Hungry?

I always knew I wanted children, but until then was fully satisfied giving my attention and energy to traveling the world, studying spirituality, focusing on my career and when Kit and I got back together spending every moment possible with each other. By the time I was in my late 20s I had been asked several times if I was baby hungry.

No.

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Childbirth & Transformation

…shedding my past life

In the dim glow of a streetlight, a strange silhouette caught my eye. A miniature totem protruded from the trunk of our pine tree. I was looking a cicada in the eye, during the most vulnerable moment of her life. Read more

Black and White Photographs of the Women’s March

The Women’s March was the largest protest in Washington DC, in The Unites States, and in the history of the world. It’s estimated that conservatively there were over 5,000,000 protesters worldwide. This number is even greater, for many more joined us in spirit. Thank you for showing up. Thank you for using your voice. Thank you for giving me hope. These photos are for you. Read more

From Sticky-Notes in the Subway – We are Not Alone in Our Feelings

 

In front of me were over 10,000 sticky-notes, reminding me that I was not alone…

I’m tired. Tired of thinking, tired of talking, and tired of emotions without a name. Since my travels I thought I had a shell of an idea who my countrymen were. I was wrong, Read more

Allow Us to Reintroduce Ourselves

We made a permanent choice that will surprise many of you… Read more

A Fox & a Snail | Scotty & My Breakup

As I watch, I am stripped down to my vulnerability, gutted and left raw and open…

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How Being Home Doesn’t Stop My Travels

The keys in his hand read ‘castle.’  “Hey, can we get inside too?”

When I return home from a trip overseas, I often hear people express frustration that they don’t have chances to travel because of a lack of time, or money.  I’m also asked if I’m sad to stop traveling.  Let me clarify something, being home doesn’t stop my travels.   Read more

Dancing with Song Writer Pete Seeger who Died at 94

Songs are funny things.  They can slip across boarders.  Proliferate in prisons.  Penetrate hard shells.  I always believed that the right song at the right moment could change history.

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A Mormon’s Response to Gay & Polygamist Marriage Legalized in Utah

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Gay marriage is legal, and polygamist unions are now safe under the law.  I am straight.  I am Mormon/LDS.  I am a Utahn.  I am monogamous.  I have looked inward, and this is how I feel.

I love you.
I am glad to see your joy.
I am glad you feel more a part of our community.
I am glad you feel happy.
And I am glad you are here.

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Hello Singapore, Nice to Meet You

It is a city/country created for entertainment and pleasure.  Then it hits me.  We are in the Disneyland for wealthy adults!

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