Trace Oswald wrote:
Dan Boone wrote:Whereas my default attitude is “why would we even be HAVING this conversation if they didn’t want help?”
Nicole Alderman wrote:It's so good to see you on permies again, Cassie! Your dailyishes over the years have me feeling like I know you (...which makes me wonder if people feel the same way about me now that I write dailyishes :o). I see a bio on http://www.elementalecosystems.com/about.html and it says you've got a farm and are raising cattle--so exiting! I hope life is treating you awesomely and returning 10 fold all your smiles.
Judith Browning wrote:Cassie and Zach, It's wonderful to see you both back here!
...and with such forward thinking projects
Todd Parr wrote:
Not a judgement at all but from your perspective, is not shaving your armpits a situation where you really feel that you're standing up for something, or is it more a matter of it's just easier not to and you don't see a reason to, so you don't? It seems some people actually feel strongly that they are giving in to something if they shave, and I'm curious what that thing is that they are giving in to, or giving up? Maybe just not wanting to give in to societal pressure or ? I'm very curious because to me shaving or not is so non-important. I don't say that to downplay anyone's feelings on the subject that feel differently, its just an idea that is really foreign and hard to grasp for me.
Simon Malik wrote:
I hope that nothing I wrote came across as preachy, judgmental, or offensive.