Posts by Karma

Meaningful Memor...

Meaningful Memories

Last week, my daughter, who is now a nursing mother herself, told me that she didn’t have any memory of me breastfeeding her sister or brother.  That may not seem strange except for two things, there was a large gap between her and her youngest sibling and each of my children nursed for nearly three […]

Dirty De...

Dirty Deeds

It’s not that I don’t fully appreciate the work that the redneck does in and outside of the house.  From sprinklers to sewers and electrical or plumbing he is indeed a jack of all trades.  I am truly grateful for his efforts each and every day … translation, we break a lot of things.  Which […]

Nature’s Dha...

Nature’s Dharma

Sm...

Smile

Don’t Eng...

Don’t Engage

Keep in mind … your Facebook news feed, isn’t designed to show you what cool things your family and friends are doing.  It is a monetizing device for Facebook to generate more engagement.  They want you to spend MORE TIME looking at posts, responding to rants and otherwise glancing over at their sidebar of advertisers.  […]

Never to Old For a Nude Sel...

Never to Old For a Nude Selfie

Someone recently told me that the best thing to do to enhance your self esteem is sexting nude pictures.  Of course, nude pictures aren’t for everyone and under no circumstances are they okay for teens.  But consenting adults snap chatting body bits can be a great boon to our image ego.  As long as we […]

The Price of Stand...

The Price of Standing

  I made pancakes this morning I was standing not for a particularly long time  but I was standing  and then I ate a pancake  and a little vegetarian sausage  I folded some towels from the dryer  before coming to sit down  I had been standing  it’s not unlike any morning  other than those mornings  […]

I’m Sorry I Married ...

I’m Sorry I Married You

I see Facebook’s memory for five years ago on this day … and the smile in my boyfriend’s eye as we saw our first supermoon together. Against all odds, we fell in love. Fate brought us together, possibilities opened up for us and we realized that we wanted to spend the rest of our lives […]

Ask Your Supervi...

Ask Your Supervisor

Rosie the Riveter on the We Can Do It poster has inspired feminists for generations since the 1980’s when the old wartime propaganda poster was “found” and rebranded as a positive role model for empowering women.  But if we look at what really happened to the “empowered women” circa 1943 when this poster was first created and briefly […]