This Summer I filmed & edited a short 10-minute documentary for SPNN (St. Paul Neighborhood Network). And I liked it!
It’s been a crazy, pain-filled few days and I don’t know why. I’ve been living a relatively clean life; no gluten, biking as much as I can (in the heat), keeping the sweets & dairy to a minimum. But the pain has been rather intense. I’m beginning to wonder if one of the triggers for…
Sunday I spent Mother’s Day with my darling daughter and two great friends at Shepherd’s Harvest in Lake Elmo, MN, doing a book signing and making some fun purchases. I also got to be part of the Homespun Journey Podcast, which was great fun! It’s always great to meet a passionate fiber lover!
Because, as my mom said, “If you assume the best, the worst you’ll look is a fool. If you assume the worst, you could look like a bitch. And I’d rather look like a fool than a bitch.”
One of the great joys of this dog is actually SEEING how his love for his new family is growing; it’s both touching and delightful. We are VERY lucky!
I am supposed to be camping an hour East of St. Paul. But here I am. Why? It rained like a son-of-a-gun. We set up our beautiful camp, everything was smashing! Max rode his bike to go get wood, we started a fire, then Max and Gerry left to go get marshmallows. And then there…
It’s a silly kind of depressive feeling where I know I need help with some things, but I’m feeling just foolish and worthless enough to NOT ask for help.
In our own corner of the world we had two minor bits of excitement, neither one tragic at all, just inconvenient.
If you see me riding around St. Paul, wave! I’ll be the one grinning on my bike!
Aside from a brief scene in Crossing Delancy, I’d never seen a woman plucking on screen (where I learn all my life lessons) so I was unprepared for my transition into Shaggy from Scooby Doo.