Stepping back to move forward…

What’s your challenge for summer? Here’s mine: I’ve got a bit of laryngitis today after teaching indoors in AC for the last two weekends. My throat is dry! This got me thinking about how read more →

Where I Am.

Yesterday one of my Facebook friends asked, “What question are you living in today?” read more →

Year End Reading Roundup

Happy December. Here’s my year-end reading roundup. It’s short this year, with just three books in each category, but I hope you enjoy it. Knitting Books Japanese Knitting Stitch Bible: 260 Exquisite Patterns by Hitomi Shida translated by Gayle Roehm is the most coveted book of the year for knitters who use stitch libraries and.. read more →

Resistance Update 10/21/17

Here we are again. How are you holding up? It’s been a rough few weeks for sure. Remember that they are trying to wear us out and overwhelm us. If you need a break, take a short one. And remember to focus on the issues that are most important to you. We have to work.. read more →

Fighting Racism in Vermont

Instead of a big weekly update, this week I am going to focus on one thing. What happened? Last week there was some Nazi and racist graffiti put up around in various locations in my county in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Here is one example. Another had a big swastika and the words “I.. read more →

To clean or not to clean, that is the question

To clean or not to clean, that is the question. I’ve never been so disorganized in my entire life as I have since I’ve moved to Vermont. read more →

How do you deal with the overwhelm?

It’s hard to remember that we are in this for the long haul. I just want it all to be over and everything to be roses. The reason I have hated politics for most of my life is that it pisses me off so much. I have never been good and having balanced or steady.. read more →

Printable PDF Protest Posters

Here is a PDF of some protest posters you can print out and hang up around town on bulletin boards, telephone poles, and so forth. read more →

My New Resistance Comic

How to Smash the Patriarchy: A Guide for Fat Old Ladies and Their Friends I’ve started a new resistance comic about my activism, craftivism, and knitting as a political act. It’s going to be in a Facebook photo album but it’s public and anyone can view it. read more →

Are Immigrants Welcome?

I’m reading Imagine a Forest, a how-to art book by artist Dinara Mirtalipova. Dinara studied computer science and cybernetics in Uzbekistan. But when she came to the USA, she worked cleaning toilets and later doing mundane office work. It was years before she was able to develop and use her artistic skills to work on projects.. read more →

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