Category: Recovery Project

In the End

Happy, relieved and grateful as I write this post; 534 days sober from the Opiate Addiction that almost killed me. As I’ve mentioned before, my inability to stop abusing those pills had already killed so much of me emotionally, psychologically, financially and even physically. At the time, I don’t think anyone predicted such a fast turnaround and then of course me asking for a … Read More In the End


500 Days

Two days ago, it was our youngest daughters 1st birthday. She is a blessing in so many ways and everyone loves her so much especially her sisters. This Baby has been the easiest by far, as a great sleeper with a calm disposition and easy-going nature. I am blessed, grateful and thankful for all of my babies. It’s because of their presence and unconditional … Read More 500 Days


Recovery Project, Part 2: #420AM

Mental Health & Addiction Awareness & Activism are essential Values to Original Product Cannabis + Concentrates Inc. As so many of the people involved with the Company have experienced their own version or know someone close to them suffering, either way, the epidemic of Addiction and a Mental Health afflictions can decimate the Patrimony of any Family. Naloxone Kits and Maintenance Assisted Therapy are … Read More Recovery Project, Part 2: #420AM


Recovery Project – Part One: #CannaGirls

It’s been my experience in life with a lot of Women; there are some who love me and some who don’t. I have had the same friends in my life for 30-20 years. No matter what happens or how much time passes in between, they have always been there for me. There is a common stereotype that Woman can’t always get along and often … Read More Recovery Project – Part One: #CannaGirls


Confirmation Bias

Confirmation Bias: When we seek out to prove something we already believe to be true. Deep down inside I always knew the truth. I knew there would come a time I would have to face my past and deal with the bullshit. The only way I imagined doing so was by utilizing my 3 greatest personal strengths: Writing, Reading and Talking. I began reading … Read More Confirmation Bias


Learn to Fly

Baby Geese are super cute but also extremely vulnerable. If you have ever come across a Canadian Goose that’s nesting: watch out! The Mother and Father usually stick together quite close and they will come at you if you go near their nest. The parents of these goslings will share the burden of warmth, comfort and encouragement while awaiting their babies. If you actually … Read More Learn to Fly

One Year Later

It was one year ago today that I finally surrendered to a 6 year addiction to prescription opiates. To read that Blog Entry from June 2018: “The Agony & The Esctasy” Photo Taken: June 22 – 2018 Last year, I was so close to either dying or going out completely because of my addiction to prescription Opiates. My cover had been long blown and … Read More One Year Later