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I have a lot of work ahead of me this summer. I am going to concentrate on our garden, my job and re-branding myself. My new brand isn't much different but it does reflect me to a tee: Single Sustainable Mom. My blog tosses out recipes, tips on various thi
granolagirl · 112 days ago

It's been two years since I last posted and since my husband passed away. A lot in my life has changed since then. The first year, so far, was the hardest. We were all a mess but it seems we have pulled ourselves together and we are all going places and en
granolagirl · 131 days ago

As I prepare for the last episode of A Show To Remember, I look back at this past year. It has been a year of growth and learning for me.Today, Cyrus Webb, the host of Conversations Live, the founder of Conversations Magazine, and Conversations Book Club, 
Marta · 290 days ago

It has been nearly three years since I rode. After conquering the worst of my vertigo and panic attacks, I became quite comfortable in the saddle. Chrome and I were doing extremely well together, learning each other’s foibles and idiosyncrasies. Then life
Marta · 379 days ago

From the time my mother Patricia Moran could read and write, she wanted to be published. She wrote all her life. During the last few days of her life,  she asked me to finish her stories and books and publish them.   The first of the short stories she star
Marta · 396 days ago

I wrote a rant today in which I said terrible things: nasty comebacks to an ignorant, oft uttered comment and a whole hypothetical conversation, all designed to make people who've uttered such things feel small and..... Keep reading HERE.
theblandau · 435 days ago

Her small hand covered her mouth to stifle the scream as she pulled herself up. Braced against the wall she looked down at the massive amount of golden hair covering her pillow. Tears ran down her face and stung as she cried. She reached up to touch her he
Marta · 442 days ago

A herd of horses Galloping free, manes are tossed Tails flying like flags Parch earth is kicked Graceful waltz in the desert Dust clouds in a swirl Round-up in motion Indians who are cowboys Unify the herds Nuzzling muzzles Equine welcome gathering Colt
AnaLewis · 453 days ago

IF YOU CAN'T MAKE IT TO THE READING AND DISCUSSION OF DINKY: THE NURSE MARE'S FOAL:YOU CAN STILL ENTER TO WIN THIS CANVAS TOTE BAG CHOCKED FULL OF FUN THINGS. A PORTION OF ALL SALES WILL GO TO THE "LAST CHANCE CORRAL" A HORSE RESCUE, THAT SPECIALIZES IN SA
Marta · 458 days ago

Why should you and I care about wasting water? about if we eat organic or not? about global warming? about whether or not fracking is a good thing? about genetically modified organisms (GMOs)? about whether our car is fuel-efficient or not? or if ocean aci
ginamd · 461 days ago

I think I’ve been afraid, ever since the pink house, where the fear would creep in filling the rooms with a brooding silence. A dark mist smothering you, filling your bones with fear. Always, the question would the badness break free and the belt come out,
Marta · 464 days ago

This morning I was extremely lucky, Mistress Kyami was not around and instead Muralti doled out the chores. Otherwise things would have gone badly for me, Mistress Kyami is never easy, especially with those of us who are not her favorites; Altori thought.
Marta · 482 days ago

  Her long golden hair whipped in the breeze. Flying into her face as it came loose from the black ribbon that had tied it, she watched the ribbon fly off, clinging to a tiny branch out of her reach. She couldn’t climb further out, those branches were too
Marta · 491 days ago

In case you don't know, prednisone is a steroid used to treat all manner of inflammation. It's great for that. The problem is that it's also poison. Besides causing insomnia, acne, and a host of other immediate side effects, it also does major damage to th
theblandau · 517 days ago

The Boston Marathon has been a landmark event for one hundred and nineteen years. It is not just a local event, though it is an event that all people in the state hold dear, even if they aren’t runners. It is something we as residents of Massachusetts hold
Marta · 520 days ago

  There are so many women that have for different reasons inspired me and continue to do so. Some of them have passed from this life and some are still with us. Because, of this I decided to would write about what inspires me in women, instead of about a w
Marta · 562 days ago

  Her red floors shone with wax and polish, 3D artwork (that would look foolish in another's home) graced the mantle, food on the stove, ever-ready for guests, adobe house furnished art-deco style with the ornate lamps and hard-wood built-ins. Every piec
AnaLewis · 566 days ago


It's tempting to tell my own rape story but I won't. I will only say that I was 14 years old. I didn't tell the police. I didn't tell my mother. I only told the friend who accompanied me when I went looking for him with a large kitchen knife. I didn't find
DawnRRivers · 581 days ago

****Trigger Warning For Content Related to Sexual Assault**** It took almost twenty years for me to acknowledge the break-in that happened a few short weeks before I left for college wasn't an attempted robbery but was in fact an attempted rape. Waking up
Hegemommy · 581 days ago

You were only fourteen When innocence was lost And he was thirty-five A sisters husband too A man for you to trust   Instead he was frightening Slyly ogling you Your nipples are so ripe Young and virginal girl It’s not my fault he said   When stealing inno
Marta · 583 days ago
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