Sometimes I challenge myself to believe we silently elected Trump the same ways Harper remained in power for 10 years, by not speaking out, by accepting our cultural bias blindly even after becoming globally aware. Our maps are the story of this awareness shift. That our resistance must tell the story and allow it to … Continue reading A nasty woman’s rant clinging to optimism and honesty
In late summer of 2015 I met these folks as they stopped in Edmonton, AB for an evening presentation and community discussion along their journey. I listened to their story, reflecting on the outsider perspective of using my hometown name as an indicator of injustice. It was an eye-opening meeting for myself, Alberta-born and raised, … Continue reading A web series to bring the tar sands home
this is an art I pasta-away the time with. This is a pasta salad I made that is delicious and nostalgia-filled. On the precipice of perfect, because of chats with old friends. Writing advice from new-old friends. Wanderlust for something greater an all consuming thought.