Fall Thrift Store Lookout List

Fall Thrift Store Must Have 2018

Postal Chicks

I found my soul sister when I was a broken, lost 19-year-old girl. I was in a bad relationship, I wasn’t taking care of myself mentally or physically. I had many faces and identity’s based on the people around me. I was living with roommates and between us there was always new people at theContinue reading “Postal Chicks”

Being a working Mom with a stay at home Dad

Hi y’all!  Today I wanted to take a moment to shed light on something that is very personable to me and my family. I gave birth to my first child January 8,2018, Oliver is the missing piece of my soul. With that being said I returned to work February 2,2018. When I returned to workContinue reading “Being a working Mom with a stay at home Dad”

What is right is often harder

The Kalamazoo River oil spill occurred in July 23, 2010 but was not detected by the press or reported by Enbridge until July 26th. The pipeline operated by Enbridge (Line6B) burst and flowed into Talmadge Creek, a tributary of the Kalamazoo River. A six-foot break in the pipeline resulted in the largest inland oil spill,Continue reading “What is right is often harder”

Join OLOL in standing against big oil, water protectors unit now!

Many of you have asked me how can we help, let me tell you exactly how. In February 2017 a hour and a half long film is being released for free to the public. What I need you guys to do is sponsor a showing in your local area. Once out this documentary film willContinue reading “Join OLOL in standing against big oil, water protectors unit now!”