Link Up Party Continues!

The Link Up continues today and ends Monday evening, so be sure to jump in and have some fun!

And don’t forget, you can leave your link multiple times!!

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Meet and Greet Link

The Meet and Greet continues today, but will end this evening, so be sure to jump in and have some fun!

And don’t forget, you can leave your link multiple times!!

Meet and Greet Link

Meet and Greet Link

The Meet and Greet continues today and ends Monday evening, so be sure to jump in and have some fun!

And don’t forget, you can leave your link multiple times!!

Meet and Greet Link

Meet and Greet Link

The Meet and Greet continues today and ends Monday evening, so be sure to jump in and have some fun!

And don’t forget, you can leave your link multiple times!!

Meet and Greet Link

Sketch of the day no 1236 in my moleskine sketchbook: the shard by Renzo Piano.

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The Shard by Renzo Piano

The Shard. Renzo Piano’s symbol of change.
Sketch of the day in my moleskine sketchbook is of the iconic shard by Renzo Piano in London.

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Meet and Greet Link

The Meet and Greet continues today and ends Monday evening, so be sure to jump in and have some fun!

And don’t forget, you can leave your link multiple times!!

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Carving out Spaces that are too small to fit into.

Lifting Taboos

relief-2457742_960_720It is so easy to brainwash our kids into behaving either the way we were raised or the way we want them to be raised. It is even easier to do when they are little kids. We create little mini versions of ourselves who wind up walking, talking, eating and even shitting the way we do.

In adoption however, our kids come to us with both literal and hypothetical suitcases. They come to us already with a way of doing things whether that means from an orphanage, a group home, another foster home, or straight from their first parents. So trying to “force” them into little mini molds of ourselves can lead to some serious consequences.

I was adopted into a very strange household. My adoptive mother had a husband and also a lover living under the same roof. I came to the home and was immediately made to become…

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Water, Water, Everywhere

RAFA FARIHAH

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water (n.)

A major component of our sustenance, the cure to disease/cause of disease, the main composition of this Earth which we tread with our gentle footsteps that sink as deep as our burdened lives

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