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mistakes were made seattle, august 2019
Hi Friends - guess what, I'm all of the above; - an academic - a creative - a medicinal cannabis user Let's break the stigma that cannabis users are not successful. I truly believe that it is so important that women [cis-women, trans-women, non-binary] reinvest in this space to create a new cannabis culture that not only empowers us, but challenges the stigmatizing discourse around womanhood and cannabis use. I am 25, and I see myself as successful. I have pushed through adversity, and I have worked endlessly at achieving my own dreams. I explore my creativity, I explore my soul, and I've explored my mind - leading me to being only weeks away from becoming a PhD candidate in Sociology despite being told I'd never get accepted into University. I don't say this to brag. In fact, quite the opposite. I have been privileged to have the means to work hard towards achieving my goals. But I've also spent much of my life battling my mental health issues that make each day challenging in its own ways. Over the last year and a half I've been able to incorporate the medicinal use of cannabis to aid in awakening my mind and body, ultimately allowing me to achieve my goals and conditions of happiness. Im an academic, a creative, and I'm also a cannabis user 🌱
🍋 it’s getting hot in here, so take off all your cloves 🍋 Sorry- bad food puns. But I seriously love fresh food- and love the bright colours of fresh food even more. SOME DAY I’ll have a home, with a garden, and hopefully some tropical sun to keep those fruit & veggies growing all day long. But for now, I’ll continue to fall in love with strolling city markets and getting caught in the daydreams of it all 🍋 🍒 🍅
I don’t know what’s harder - blowing bubbles, or trying to find where I stuck my piece two years ago 🍬 The bubblegum wall in Seattle is ALWAYS a must visit. Did you know that the tradition of sticking gum to the walls of this alley began in 1993 when the patrons of Unexpected Productions theatre began sticking there gum to the walls outside of the theatre. Theatre staff continuously scraped the gum off, but eventually gave up when it became a tourist attraction in 1999 and a free for all bubblegum alley. Have you ever stuck a piece of gum to this wall?!!
surprise - it’s raining in Seattle 🌧
who drank it better??? I got to visit my first winery today. Not sure how I've never gone wine tasting before - but hey, theres a first for everything! Seattle is beautiful, and I couldn't imagine a better way to spend a relaxing afternoon. A little bit of red, white, and rose - and in baby sister Isla's case, lots and lots of apple juice. (and for those of you who know how much I usually dislike red wine, I was a big girl today and didn't even complain and *may* have actually enjoyed it!) Cheers friends 🍷
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