I am a Animalia Chordata Mammalia Primata Hominidae Homo sapiens.
Woman. Lover.  Mother.  Searcher.
I am looking for a category all my own.

This is a tool to help me shed the chrysalis of Christendom and move on to the next stage of my life.

My thoughts are in transition.  You are welcome to encourage, challenge or just add in your views.

9 thoughts on “About

  1. Trip X says:

    I hope you are able to find your own values and thoughts. It is important to know who you are…for you.

  2. Trip X says:

    I stopped going to church after my mother-in-law past. It wasn’t her passing that made it happen, but it was just a good excuse at the time. I haven’t felt right at church in a long time and it has taken me at least these past ten years to figure it out. It’s just like you said about the crabs in the pot, pulling each other to the bottom. I blog about nasty things, and I try to purge my mind of this stuff by writing. I follow a few blogs where people talk about their paths away from Christendom and the slavery that was found to be there. I don’t see salvation as a crutch, but only the blind faith and closed-mindedness of those who continue to enslave us who are truly seeking to improve. Its bad enough that the rich are getting richer and the poor, poorer, but does the church have to brow-beat us into staying poor? Do they have to insist that we give not of our excess, but of our meager amounts, as big gov’t continues to bleed us dry?
    I see the errors in the religions, and in the organizations that call themselves “church”. I also know that the “anti-christ” will come from the “church”, and I don’t want to be involved in that. Why can’t we form small groups of like minds, learn and encourage one another within those groups without it being a huge organization with its own red tape, and need for support? My money doesn’t just go to help others, it funds buildings, salaries, creature comforts, etc., but not directly toward helping others, only indirectly, and then only a portion of it.
    I’m sorry to vent here on your about page. Please feel free to edit this diatribe. Your blog really sparks and stirs things up in me.

  3. Erica says:

    Can I subscribe to your blog by email? I want to read your blog regularly but I don’t see a place to subscribe by email. I often don’t have time to get on the internet! 😦

  4. Erica says:

    Ummm Yeah. I think I figured it out!

  5. Sarah says:

    I stumbled upon your site quite by chance while looking for some nice picture references of a woman giving a massage ( you had a sketch illustrating one of your posts) .I read the story that went with it out of curiousity and then went on to read several others chosen slightly more randomly and found all of them very interesting and thought provoking. You obviously have great empathy with people who deserve to be respected for being outside of the mainstream groups and for this I have the utmost respect. I shall be following you from now on as much of what you say is also very close to my own heart.

  6. Aurelie Pinet says:

    Your blog is so thought inspiring. You are brave to keep writing.

  7. tlethbridge says:

    Hi Prairie Nymph,
    I have been reading your blog for awhile and commented a few times. I was wondering how one goes about getting a password for the protected posts?


  8. prairienymph says:

    Tim, check your emails.

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