Loyal readers know by now that I’m the main point of contact for a volunteer animal rescue organization called the Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group. Earlier this week, we received a remarkable number of emails from people who are looking to get rid of their rabbits. We call this rehoming, but that’s often a soft… Continue reading A Problem & A Fix
Nature’s first law is order. Without order, you are cruising toward chaos. In chaos, you stifle or completely crush the amazing experience you are on this earth to have. I’m not self or professionally diagnosed OCD… far from it. Trust, there are disorganized piles and areas in our home. Also trust that I know those… Continue reading Organized.
and why I’ll never bug you to do the same. You know those memories that are like movies in your head? This is one for me. I was standing at the counter of the kitchen/living room/bunny room combo in our first house, sometimes referred to as The Little House. I was cutting a packaged chicken… Continue reading Why I Stopped Eating Meat…
I woke up this morning and before both feet hit the ground, my mile-long To Do list starting scrolling in my mind. Within a minute of being awake, the overwhelm kicked in and I felt like I had just so much to do that I had to start now and not stop (probably forever). I… Continue reading Stop. Pick One.
Half of my back is covered with an octopus tattoo. He’s reaching up at an anchor that is donned with a crown. I had the anchor and crown done in November 2011. The octopus came to life over several sessions spanning from February to August 2018. It was only today when I realized what it… Continue reading Eight Arms
The Catnip and Carrots waiting room is like Cheers for our rabbit rescue family. Anytime you walk through those doors and sit on those benches, you are bound to meet someone who knows your name, even if it’s just from interaction in our incredibly supportive online community. An afternoon in July of 2014, I sat… Continue reading Ella and Monkey
What didn’t happen yesterday in our little Rescue world? I’ll just timeline it for you: 7:21 am: The first email inquiry of the day from a parent wanting a rabbit as Christmas gift for a young child arrived in our inbox. 8:15 am: Assembled a team of volunteers to standby for the potential influx of… Continue reading Moving Parts
Madonna sang “Express Yourself” (still one of my all-time favs) and today I’m remixing it to Accept Yourself. I do my best work in the morning. I’m undeniably a morning person and I’ve allowed myself to create this detrimental thought pattern that I can’t write well, don’t communicate at my best and won’t perform at… Continue reading Accept Yourself
People sure seem to find a lot to complain about. Now, I can get all cliché-crazy here (You can’t have a positive life with a negative mind!) but I’ll try to keep it my voice, as much as possible, today. Through Rescue, I don’t hear many complaints from the volunteer team, but when I do… Continue reading Take Action
It’s amazing what freedom you can attain when you release things, habits (and people) who no longer serve you in a positive way from taking up space in your life or even just in your head. Confession: I checked my email, on average, every 9 minutes from the time I took over the communications for… Continue reading All Quiet on the Rescue Front