LDSWP: antiracism for kids

My next LDSWP interview is with Alexandria Scott, founder of the brand new Ditto Kids magazine, an antiracism education resource for children and their grown-ups. In all of the social justice unrest of 2020, Alexandria looked for resources to teach her small children about antiracism but couldn’t find any, so she made one herself. HerContinue reading “LDSWP: antiracism for kids”

3 things I like about spring

— Flowers. Flowers flowers flowers. My husband doesn’t buy me cut flowers from the store very often. Instead, he gets flowers to have in pots and planter boxes on our back deck, and plants bulbs in our front yard like these. Our front flower beds usually get to Jungle status around the end of May.Continue reading “3 things I like about spring”

6 things I did like about the quarantine

1 telework. It’s nice to have my husband in the house four days a week, even when we’re both working online and not even interacting directly. 2 masks. I know I said I didn’t like them, but I also do like them – no one got sick during the winter. Sinus infections, strep, and bronchitisContinue reading “6 things I did like about the quarantine”

9 things I did not like about the covid-19 quarantine

1 the disease. I didn’t like that we had to do a quarantine at all. But we needed to until scientists and doctors could figure out what this thing was and how to fight it. 2 the unhealthy amount of screen time my kids got sucked into, just to do their school work. 3 beingContinue reading “9 things I did not like about the covid-19 quarantine”

LDSWP: year-long pandemic

It’s the anniversary this week of the World Health Organization declaring the COVID-19 global pandemic, so I went there … and published an interview with a nurse on the LDS Women Project. She lives in Washington, so the virus got to her first. And she got sick from it pretty early also, but fortunately recoveredContinue reading “LDSWP: year-long pandemic”