Well I already have one chronic illness, why not add another?
When a writing drought lasts so long you think you’ve hit the aridification stage.
Celebrating the small things with mini garden stories.
Dealing with a chronic illness can leave you feeling like you’re always beginning again.
This past weekend I read Lynn Martel’s new book, Stories of Ice, and really enjoyed the focus on glaciers of western Canada and the adventure, … Read more
Though we sometimes denigrate online versus in person communities, it is possible to be part of a caring and inclusive online community.
Lately I’ve been having trouble writing. Maybe I can find my way back by writing about my father, whom I lost in July.
Sometimes having a chronic illness means you can’t reach the goals you’d planned for, and you have to put them off for a while.
Tipping points are critical in environmental systems, but also in our personal lives.
Gardening is a great combination of therapy and tactile results, especially when you get to eat the garden’s bounty.