Jane Austen #FridayPhilosophy

“I hate to hear you talk about all women as if they were fine ladies instead of rational creatures. None of us want to be in calm waters all our lives.” - Jane Austen

A History Lesson #wwwblogs

Photo by Vlad Bagacian on Pexels.com A History Lesson Women are witches without proof or truth meant for the fire burned for existence Women are ornament without voice or consent meant for the male gaze that gives legitimacy Women are free to breed, but not choose to exist, but with a smile to work, but … Continue reading A History Lesson #wwwblogs

Cassandra Duffy #FridayPhilosophy

“It’s hard not to be a fighter when you’re constantly under siege.” - Cassandra Duffy

Untitled #MondayBlogs

Photo by Tanya Gupta on Pexels.com Caught in a stranglehold words cannot escape our lips left in a situation with no way to win - speaking truth is condemned silence is condemned and lies are on the ascendant we pick our way through the verbal minefield averting disaster at every turn of phrase exhausted by … Continue reading Untitled #MondayBlogs

From Glen to Glen…

The wildflowers seek no permission to grow instead rolling beneath thunder and overtaking mountains without any apology - Caroline A. Slee

Authentic #MondayBlogs

There is still beauty in these old bones overlooked but real all the same a truth spoken after years of ruin the stones that stand remember their balance we believe that we seek the authentic yet miss the crumbling facades on old hillsides and plains we have forgotten our history the roadmap cast upon our … Continue reading Authentic #MondayBlogs

The Fabric of the Stars #wwwblogs

I wrap myself in stardust to gather all I need a reminder of the sacred that lives and breathes in me I walk across the starry nights blazing trails that shine below seeking only this present moment in breath, in prayer, in hope I remember this one truth so long left unspoken we are hope … Continue reading The Fabric of the Stars #wwwblogs


The heart will blossom opening beauty in the light guarded by a foundation of thorns a warning, a triumph a spirit overlooked a thistle within the heart of a warrior ~ Caroline A. Slee


In the context of a post-2020 world, every single event of the past seems to be millions of years ago in my mind. With that detail in mind, a million years ago, Virginia Woolf wrote that writers needed a room of their own for their creative process to be allowed to thrive. This was one … Continue reading Environment

Maggie Kuhn #FridayPhilosophy

“Leave safety behind. Put your body on the line. Stand before the people you fear and speak your mind--even if your voice shakes. When you least expect it, someone may actually listen to what you have to say. Well-aimed slingshots can topple giants.” --Maggie Kuhn Blessings and light to you all.