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The Red Tide Cometh!

Maybe periods wouldn’t be so frightening if we didn’t refer to them as “red tide” or “shark week” or any other euphemism that evokes neurotoxicity or dismemberment.

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Feminism

FEMINIST FRIDAY

 Katie Paterson (1981) is a Berlin-based visual artist from Glasgow, Scotland whose multimedia artworks concern translation, distance, and scale. Paterson holds a BA from Edinburgh College of Art (2004) and an MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art (2007), she is an Honorary Fellow of the University of Edinburgh (2013). 1,018 more words

Marina Meier

Lounging in the sun at a coffee shop enjoying a heavenly caramel latte, with my photographer friend Marina and her pot of tea. We were discussing her love of photography, the sentimental importance of photographs, and the memories they can induce. 386 more words

Writing

THOUGHTS ON THURSDAY - OUR FUTURE ENVIRONMENT

Tomorrow it will be my pleasure to talk about artist Katie Paterson, for whom books remain completely bound with the future, the earth and the paper they’re printed on. 46 more words

ARISE & SHINE

“We thought we could only arise and shine when we were strong but that’s actually not the case. We can arise and shine in our weakest state.

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Challange Yourself

FEMINIST FRIDAY

Annie Oakley’s birthday was celebrated on August 13.  When I read the biography about her that was written to celebrate her birthday I was very moved by how this woman used what talents were available to her and cultivated those talents to lift herself out of poverty and have a life of her own making.   800 more words

THOUGHTS ON THURSDAY - USING YOUR TALENT

Tomorrow I am going to talk about Annie Oakley, a woman who used her talent to pull herself out of poverty.

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