With the vines of dark green leaves sprouting pods and twirling up the poles of Kimmerer’s teepee. As he snaps them off to have a delicious snack, he notices the sweet taste of August. Gardens, harvesting, and planting, is a good mother to the earth. His enjoyment does not come from the technological world that… Read more
It was another day driving in Regina, while I drive down a street I hardly go down anymore, and took a glimpse at the school I went to in grade 8. I never realized before driving by, however, this time seemed different. Remembering the time when I was 14, vulnerable, and being cyber bullied for… Read more
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