Sweet Savannah

We are currently now not moving. We got caught up in a summer-long carnival. We are stable, with an address, holding jobs, re-meeting people over and over and getting to know them on a more deeper level. Organizing gigs, being vendors at art shows, baking, learning how to make many things. We greet people sitting…

Rock Out provides hope (and teddy bears) to RSDers

Introducing, Rock Out to Knock Out RSD Inc.

I was introduced to this non-profit though my father and, curious, went about some research to find out who they were and what they promote. That’s when I met Ashley. At 16 she, suffering from RSD, founded Rock Out to Knock Out RSD Inc. to help others. The weight of this post is heavy indeed, and…

East.

Here we are in Troy on a gray and rainy Monday. We limped into town with two cranky and broken bikes on Saturday night, arriving at our destination at about 11 at night. It had been a tough week, as since we left London, Ontario, we have had freezing temperatures, snow, icy rains and terrible…

3,500 And Rising

ME FIRST! Marcus here, breaking the order of things. I’ve got to say, this isn’t my usual voice and I’m trying a more concrete approach so bear with me, as I smash out a quick description of the infinite things I could talk about. Alot has happened since Winnipeg, although we have long since settled…

Amman Imman – Water is Life

Just about a week to go. Time to introduce another charity. Meet Amman Imman: Water is Life Back in 2009, I had the good fortune of meeting the father of Amman Imman’s founder, Ariane Kirtley, Michael, through my parents as I was visiting my parents in Washington DC for a few days. He told me about…