Posted @withregram • @kalidesautelsreads Posted @withregram • @morning.star.designs Every Child Matters 🧡. “Orange Shirt Day on September 30th opens the door to global conversation on all aspects of Residential Schools. It is an opportunity to create meaningful discussion about the effects of Residential Schools and the legacy they have left behind. A discussion all Canadians … Continue reading Orange Shirt Day 2020
This kid’s COVID test came back negative, thank goodness. He has his usual back to school cold/flu. I feel like it bears noting that he got sick regardless of following the safety guidelines that were mandated to schools for Fall. He wears his mask, he washes his hands, and he is in a classroom as … Continue reading COVID Test Came Back Negative, But He Is Still Staying Home.
I am less than three years away from my 40th birthday. This puts me smack dab in the middle of middle age. I am too young to be old, but much too old to be young. I am finding myself thinking lately about all the things that I should know or know how to do … Continue reading Things I Seem To Have Missed The Memo On
Repost @womenforblacklives • Get over yourself Get over ourselves I’d also like to add First Nations lives to this list. White comfort and white tears will never fix this white mess. We need to fix this, and fixing things means that things have to get painful and uncomfortable. #rachelcargle #blm #blacklivesmatter #endwhitesupremacy #bipoc #metis #firstnations … Continue reading Get over it
Baby’s first COVID test He was not thrilled that the gargle was off the table, but he had his swab like a big boy. Now we hide him away and await results! He described it quite well as feeling like getting pool water up his nose LOL #covid19 #swab #swabtest #covidbc #maskedup #braveboy #itsprobablyjustacold #bettersafethansorry … Continue reading Baby’s First COVID Test
It’s been at least a month since I have pulled out my oracle cards. It has been more than that since I returned to my mat. I think it is time to recentre myself. To accept my stress and anxiety, and to sit with it. To stop sitting in it. To take time to be … Continue reading Reflect.
It doesn’t matter what you are addicted to, a relapse is always shameful and painful. It might be drugs or alcohol, or, as in my case, shopping for things I do not need and cannot afford. It’s easy to say “oh just this one thing is fine”, but one thing leads to two things, leads … Continue reading Addiction is hard. Relapse is harder
I have cycled out. The dark, wet slog has begun to brighten and dry, leaving me free, coated in fine dust. The dust is the residue that resists the cycling out. There. In my hair, on my hands, clinging to my eyelashes, on everything that I have touched or ever will touch. I have cycled … Continue reading Gemini Cycle
Justice Ginsburg was a powerhouse, and continued working into her late 80s to try to keep the bench as balanced as she could. No one should go through the pain of late stage metastatic pancreatic cancer, while also knowing that the balance of power in her nation depended on her ability to continue to do … Continue reading Rest In Peace, Justice Ginsburg. And above all, just rest.
Fake it til you make it! This week the kids are back to school and we are trying to get back to normal. I decided that the best way to feel like I was going to work as normal was to dress like I was going to work as normal. Over the last couple of … Continue reading Fake It Til You Make It