Category Archives: Ecofeminism

Balcony Tomatoes

It’s January and my balcony tomatoe plants are still blooming and producing. Strange, no? -30-

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A Powerful Purse

Last year, because of a major family crisis, I was left feeling impotent as it seemed there was nothing I could do to resolve the problem. So one day my daughter, who was concerned about me, came and started painting … Continue reading

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Jailbird 

In 2005, Pink Flamingo No. 492 escaped from a zoo in Kansas. Originally from Tanzania, No. 492 was miserable and wanted to go to a warmer climate. Luckily, the zookeepers had forgotten to clip his wings so when the opportunity … Continue reading

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Telling Untold Stories

There’s nothing like a cool breeze to help my mind relax. And the best breezes come from the sea.  So here I am sitting listening to the splashing sound of the waves as they hit the rocky shore. The Greeks … Continue reading

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A Breeze is a Gift

The Heatwave…a preparation for the hell to come? I don’t know. The air has been so still. So unnaturally still. It has frightened me and given my insecurities the power to reign my psyche. But then, the Day of the … Continue reading

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