Monthly Archives: October 2010

Begging a Favour

I am asking everyone on my f-list on LJ or who reads my blog to go to Refresh Everything and vote for SAINTS. The top two ideas in this category win $25,000 and SAINTS dropped from first place to third … Continue reading

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Begging a Favour

I am asking everyone on my f-list on LJ or who reads my blog to go to Refresh Everything and vote for SAINTS. The top two ideas in this category win $25,000 and SAINTS dropped from first place to third … Continue reading

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Emma Parsons, author of ‘Click to Calm’ is coming to Vancouver in September 2011 to give a seminar. I’m so excited!

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Emma Parsons, author of ‘Click to Calm’ is coming to Vancouver in September 2011 to give a seminar. I’m so excited! Originally published at idle musings. You can comment here or there.

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I’m starting a new class with Maia. It’s a beginner clicker class, also taught by Dana (my agility instructor). I’ve been doing clicker stuff with Maia for a while now but I learn best by watching someone irl do stuff … Continue reading

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I’m starting a new class with Maia. It’s a beginner clicker class, also taught by Dana (my agility instructor). I’ve been doing clicker stuff with Maia for a while now but I learn best by watching someone irl do stuff … Continue reading

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My kitchen hit the point of nuclear war zone today. I realized that I was avoiding eating because I didn’t want to open the fridge. And then I watched “How Clean is Your House” and realized how embarrassed I would … Continue reading

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Hammer: head of nail

“Let me put it to you this way. Rape culture is a culture in which people who have survived a violent crime are asked to laugh about it because other people think it’s funny.”—Shaker everstar, on Shakesville Can’t get more … Continue reading

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Hammer: head of nail

“Let me put it to you this way. Rape culture is a culture in which people who have survived a violent crime are asked to laugh about it because other people think it’s funny.”—Shaker everstar, on Shakesville Can’t get more … Continue reading

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Quiet Country Moments

A seal head bobbed out of the water and it was so quiet I could hear the exhales and inhales. I am so in love with living in the country.

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