My leg hurts so much from yesterday’s walk around town, but I feel really accomplished with what I got done yesterday. It was, for abolitionism in particular and for my fashion blogging in general, a really good day. I went around Main Street Stony Plain again and made contact with effectively all of the store […]
First, some words concerning the niqab at citizenship ceremonies. I’m not even sure how that became an election issue. Below is a photo of me wearing a scarf I have worn as a veil and as hijab. As you can see, I have very photosensitive skin. When I was ill, my skin began to secrete […]
Well, the election has been hearing up, with tempers flaring left and right, and the only thing all veterans can appear to agree on is the importance of voting, period. Meanwhile I continue to look for work. I’ve recently made several interesting contacts in the private sector via Twitter, and remain hopeful. An earthquake recently […]
Target females in STEM who are currently held in Islamic Caliphrate territory for high value refugee status in Canada. Negotiate for their bride price. The country can definitely benefit from their intelligence.