Posts tagged as: Sayward

750,000 Snowflakes In Los Angeles

January 23rd, 2017 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

Progressives are often accused of acting like “special snowflakes”, which I guess is meant to imply that we’re delicate, and fancy ourselves as oh-so-unique and precious, and which is also made extra ironic considering the insult is often hurled at us by folks who literally lose their shit at hearing the words “Happy Holidays” OH [...]

It’s the Winter Solstice, and I got my Master’s Degree, and the worst year ever, 2016, is almost over! So obviously, witchcraft in Death Valley, I mean right?

December 20th, 2016 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

We met this little red fellow on the road to Jubilee Pass, and we hung out for a while, and I’ve never been so close to a wild coyote before, and it was un-freaking-believable. Well, I finished school. But I don’t really know what to say about graduating. The experience was at once both strangely [...]

Celebrating my 8-YEAR Veganniversary

August 8th, 2016 - posted under: The Food » Food and Health

This past August 1st, I celebrated my 8-year Veganniversary. And as it so happened, this year August 1st fell on a Monday, which was wonderful because that’s Jeremy’s day off and during summer, it can be my day off too. And it was a lovely, lazy, reflective, celebratory day. 8 years. Early morning snuggle-fest. 8 [...]

Thank You, You Guys Are The Best. Also, Some Thoughts On “Authenticity & Asking”

April 20th, 2016 - posted under: Furthermore » Feedback

Hi guys, coming back to you from my iPhone here. Phone blogging is actually kinda cool – I think I’ll keep it up even after I get this computer mess all sorted out. And speaking of computer messes … Firstly, I want to say THANK YOU. Thank you guys so much for the kind and [...]

Hello, Things Are Bad But I’m Trying To Keep My Head Up

April 18th, 2016 - posted under: Furthermore » Feedback

Hi guys, just wanted to check in here real quick. I am blogging from my phone which is something I never eiver do, so please forgive me if the formatting or spelling or anything else is off. Here’s why: I really thought I had made it through this difficult time. We moved to a new [...]