Dearest, When we left our hometown in September we had no way of knowing what was to come. Having to leave behind everyone of importance in our lives, and realizing that myself and my husband truly matter most. The joys that were to follow and the dreams we’d achieve in the process only make the… Continue reading Follow your heart, a letter to myself.
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
I’ve said it before and I will say it again, only when they are left to eat the dollar and drink their gold will they understand why every tree and every fish was our earth’s heart. When we have contaminated all the water and our children get sick who will we call upon? Did you… Continue reading Why I stand with Standing Rock
Hi y’all! Can’t believe it’s been 5 months, this is what has happened: My husband and I have started a life on the road! We left Idaho a month ago, and have been enjoying all Washington has to offer. During my away period I managed a Sallys Beauty supply! Future posts will reflect what I… Continue reading Wanderlust Hearted
Hello y’all, Today is a very special day here at Our Life Out loud. We are very excited to introduce you to our first guest post writer, Ditzy. Ditzy and I have been close friends since the age of 3. When you have friends who turn into sisters, you go through everything together. I am… Continue reading Mother’s Day, Without…
Hey y’all, It finally happened, those moment crafter’s wait for. Today is my best friends birthday, along with it being the 154th Cinco De Mayo! I had planned to make a book art statement piece for him but unfortunately lost track of time these last few days. This morning was game time, time to get… Continue reading Diy Birthday Gift $0
Bringing old junk back to life again, that’s what I do. I’m the girl people call when they see free items out on the curb somewhere. Last May I quit my job, I was tired of the rat race. I had no plan, no savings but I knew I could do something. That’s when I… Continue reading Recycled Art Books