Monthly Archives: November 2012

Originally posted on unistotencamp:
Letter to Industry and Government with Warning About Trespassing on Wet’suwet’en Territory Today Unist’ot’en allies are rising up in cities across North America, and around the world, to deliver a message to industry and government warning…

Posted in Eco Freakery Geekery | Leave a comment

Falling Apart: Sex, Religion, and Transcience

“To have it, to have life’s pleasure, you must let go of it…”¬†Alan Watts I was introduced to this name last night. There are times when I wonder, “How have I not heard of this person/place/thing before?”I feel foolish in … Continue reading

Posted in All You Need is Love, Love, Body Blissed, Body Cursed: A Trek Through Loss and Gain and Loss and Gain, Relation Ships, Sink or Float, Societies, Pieties, Unto Thee, I Shall Kneel: Religion | Leave a comment

Memories of Main Street

summertime in the city, scribbling words and sipping from my iced latte goblet. perfect panini, luscious and lovely lemon and caramel bar. indulgence to the nth degree. not an every day event, to be certain.* this is one of my … Continue reading

Posted in All You Need is Love, Love, Body Blissed, Body Cursed: A Trek Through Loss and Gain and Loss and Gain | Leave a comment

Oh, Fishy Fishy Fishy Fish (+ 1 Fiery Tree and a Foggy Mountaintop): A Fall Collection

It’s still Spawntacular, at Hoy Creek in Coquitlam, BC! (these are the remaining flip floppers who missed out on the big weekend festival extravaganza) Fine finned friends (for life…dah dah dummmm!) Flocking for the fridge, er, I mean, bridge…fish of … Continue reading

Posted in All You Need is Love, Love, Eco Freakery Geekery | Leave a comment

Start and Re-Stop

It has been a week since I have entered and dwelled at the Buddhist Centre beneath the skytrain I have started to write about it, and halted in my word-tracks, because I am not quite sure what to say, in … Continue reading

Posted in All You Need is Love, Love, Body Blissed, Body Cursed: A Trek Through Loss and Gain and Loss and Gain | Leave a comment