Author: Kat Lehman

  • Water

    Water

    We take it for granted in America but for most of the world it’s a struggle to find water. In Kajo Keji, South Sudan some women walk five miles to fill a five gallon container with well water. According to www.UNwater.org, in 2013, 783 million people do not have access to clean water and 6 […]

  • Holiday Memories

    What’s your favorite holiday memory? Mine is actually from our fourth of July celebrations. I can remember when I was a kid, getting boxes and boxes of sparklers to share with my friends. My family would usually have a cookout on the grill and wait until it was really dark before they would let the […]

  • Spooky Street

  • The Perfect Company

    What would the Perfect Company be if you could design it? Would you work remotely? Would you have unlimited vacation? Would you have a fabulous healthcare plan for all employees and their families (partnered people included)? Would you have great recreation opportunities? Travel? Social Justice minded? What would it look like? Here’s my Perfect Company. […]

  • Home

    What does “home”mean to you? To me, it means where to bulk of living happens; where people congregate. In our house, it’s the kitchen and, the heart of the kitchen is our refrigerator. It holds photos, upcoming events, to-do lists, letters of commendation, funny quotes, emergency instructions, you name it. It also is a daily […]

  • Changes

    I found this tree in the park behind my house changing almost overnight. Fall has arrived.

  • On Point

    Irish Dancing 101 – it takes quite a number of years for dancers to perfect their toe hold technique. Keep in mind, these are not like toe shoes ballet dancers have, rather they are hard shoes. What are “hard shoes”? Well they are shoes that sound a lot like tap shoes, but instead of taps, […]

  • Fall harvest

    Check out the way the sun shines on the berries.

  • November is NaBloPoMo

    What? What the heck is NaBloPoMo? Well, it’s the National Blog Post Month after the National Writing Month designed to get people thinking and working on their writing and creativity. Since I seem to have more time on my hands right now, I’ve taken the plunge and will be posting daily during the month of […]

  • Please exercise your democratic privilege and vote on November 4th (if you are a US Citizen)