Category: giving thanks

Assorted thoughts on being childfree, sexuality, relationships and more

In the Blind Bitching FB group, someone posted a comment saying that they haven’t posted anything in said group lately because they felt attacked. My response to that person’s comment reads:You were told by a couple of us that you are not, in fact, powerless to change your situation. That was it; your character wasn’t …

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Hidden Brain thoughts, more thoughts on Anne with an E, childfree FB groups, a rant and a life update

In Anne with an E, Ka’Kwet ran away from the boarding school that her parents had sent her to; and she ends up being able to get away and gets to a spot where her parents find her. But that family’s reunion was short-lived because people from that boarding school end up finding them…and then …

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Assorted thoughts on technology, Emergence, and being childfree

Something I didn’t write about regarding the latest episode of Emergence, is that we the viewers learn for sure that Jo still has romantic feelings for her ex-husband. Jo also has romantic feelings for Agent Ryan Brooks (who’s the FBI agent that’s kinda competing with Jo in a sense, to solve the case of Piper). …

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My first-ever guest post on someone’s blog, assorted thoughts on living a childfree life, how I find comfort as an atheist and more

I recently wrote my first-ever guest post for someone’s blog. I wrote about how grief and trauma changes us. More specifically I wrote things that quite frankly should be said more regularly. And ironically I wrote this post right as I found out about a recent loss of someone I care deeply about–mom, to be …

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Tributes to a loved one, assorted thoughts on having a childfree life, annoying technology issues and exciting life updates

I recently wrote the following tribute to someone dear to me that I lost. Names are not included. The tribute reads:Mom,The world knew you as (redacted) or as a radio DJ or as (name of children’s) mom or (redacted’s wife. While I did tell you I loved you with all my heart the last time …

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Thoughts on TV shows, disability, health, an unpleasant dream and thoughts on music

I know in my last blog post, I said that I’d written all of my thoughts down about The OA. But then I remembered that the way this show actually ends, is with the actors who play the characters in the show, showing most people going crazy on the set. Like, one of the things …

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Assorted bitches, technology frustrations, podcast thoughts, music updates, reflections and a special anniversary

I want to start this blog post off by saying that today is the exact day I created my public blog two years ago. I first started blogging publicly on a website called Dreamwidth because I honestly didn’t know whether I’d even *like* blogging publicly. But I of course *did* love it and I eventually …

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Whaat being a feminist means to me

To me, being a feminist means supporting all minority groups, whether that’s disabled individuals, folks in the LGBTQ+ community, religious people of any religious affiliation, people of color (POC) or any other human beings I can’t think of at the moment.To be a feminist for me, means intersectionality, especially given that I’m in more than …

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What writing has taught me

Throughout the years, writing has taught me that while human beings will sometimes let me down, writing itself, will not.Through writing since I was a little girl, I’ve learned how to articulate myself in a clear, if at times brutally honest, way.Writing has shown me how to take pride in how far I’ve truly come, …

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Changes in My Thanksgiving Plans, Good Times with Loved Ones and Assorted Podcast Thoughts

Thursday one of my local best friends and I attempted to drive to their family’s home in a different town. But there was sooooo much snow in the town that *we* live in, that it was impossible for us to do so. Like, when I touched the side of my friend’s truck and felt a …

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