Gender, Race, and Religion

  Gender, race, and religion are human-invented constructs designed to divide humanity, oppress the masses, and reward elitist bullies. I acknowledge that I live in an anthropocentric, patriarchal, and racist society. I do not feel safe living in an unjust … Read More

The Universe is Watching…Carry On

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There are no coincidences in life. The universe reveals your life path in mysterious ways. Every time I immerse myself in something deeply creative, like writing a novel, the universe sends me a sign that it is listening, watching… and … Read More

Walk Toward Wild

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My creative research in digital art & humanities at the University of British Columbia looks at the human-wolf symbiotic connection throughout history, as a mirror for modern humanity’s disconnection from nature. I examine the anti-wolf origins of the Western world. … Read More

Wild Okanagan Love

posted in: Canada, Motherhood, Travel 0

  Wild Okanagan Love The Okanagan region of Canada is spectacularly beautiful all year long but in the spring it is truly paradise. Above and below:  Ponderosa flowers I had a beautiful Mother’s Day. Peter, my youngest daughters, Mitchell (Tabs’ … Read More

Last Cedar Standing

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Last Cedar Standing Creative Research in British Columbia’s Southern Interior Rainforest   This is a short video I made as a class assignment this last fall. It’s an overview of my creative research at the University of British Columbia. I … Read More

Forty Thousand Feet Over Tennessee

posted in: Motherhood, Travel, U.S.A. 0

Forty Thousand Feet Over Tennessee How I ended up at Parnassus Books, in Nashville, with a signed copy of Ann Patchett’s new book, “The Dutch House,” is a tale I haven’t fully figured out. All I know is that the … Read More

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