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Whimsy up your weekend post numero quince: A tribute to Maya Angelou

When you’re young and haven’t lost too much yet nor seen the world change a lot, you may take people for granted. There are certain people whom I know personally and others whom I know of who are like sages. … Continue reading

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Whimsy up your weekend post numero catorce: What it’s like growing up in the middle of nowhere

I grew up in a small affluent Vermont village…yes, village. Kids at my school had parents who took sabbaticals and lived as a family abroad in Europe for a year. Kids at my school were from families who owned islands, … Continue reading

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Whimsy up your weekend post numero trece: Thoughts for a rainy weekend

Well so far, it’s been a cold and rainy spring here in the northeastern United States. The Farmer’s Almanac predicted we’d have a very snowy and cold winter and that was true. So what have they predicted for our spring? … Continue reading

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Whimsy up your weekend post numero doce: Songs that make me feel like a (kicka$#) woman

I recently read a list on Buzzfeed of 17 Songs to Make You Feel Like a Bad Bitch. It made me think of my own list that is like this on my iTunes. I appropriately titled it “Sass n’ class.” … Continue reading

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Whimsy up your weekend post numero once: And I will always love you, Boston!

As we approach the first anniversary of the bombings at the Boston Marathon last spring, my emotions are running high. Boston is an immensely important city to me for many reasons. I’ve spent a lot of time there. And being … Continue reading

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Whimsy up your weekend post numero diez: Vicarious joy

I was at a training recently geared towards people in my field, the DV (domestic violence) field. In my field, we frequently discuss the reality that we endure vicarious trauma through our work and we talk about the importance of self-care to sustain ourselves in … Continue reading

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Whimsy up your weekend – post numero nueve: Welcome Spring!

I skipped this last weekend.  There’s been sad and bad news from my friends and family the past two weeks and I wasn’t feeling very whimsical last weekend.  So it goes…  Hopefully this will make up for my lack of post … Continue reading

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