Dear Mary Jane

By 3 months ago

Dear Mary Jane, Every time I turn on the TV or check my email lately, I am assaulted by all of the dating apps and websites available to unique groups of singles out there. I yearn for the day when the stigma of marijuana use is gone and we can have a dating site specifically […]

Dear Mary Jane

By 4 months ago

Dear MaryJane: I am TOTALLY CONFUSED about the products found at my local dispensary! First, what is the difference between indica, sativa and hybrid types of marijuana?  Why does everybody make such a big deal about this?  Do you have a favorite strain that you use? MJ, you are my last hope; please don’t make […]

Miss Understood

By 1 year ago

Waking and baking has always been a favorite of mine.  As the New Year approached I wanted to take a new approach to each day instead of the year as a whole.  So naturally that starts with my morning; a ritual of exhaling a bowl of bud before I inhale breakfast. More specifically, I have […]

When Food Really is Medicine

By 2 years ago

We all heard him whistling from the bathroom. A mindless melody so pleasant it reminded me of the orchestra of birds that sing and chirp each morning outside my bedroom. But it wasn’t morning, rather it was dusk. Mother had just walked in bearing a bottle of red wine, Aliya was sitting on the full sized bed we had moved to the living room weeks prior. It now served as the couch. His new bed was one of those rented hospital versions. It served his needs better now. Aliya sat cross-legged, her head down, knitting yet another hat for him. He was always cold. I stood in the small kitchen waiting for the grapeseed oil I had just poured into the cast iron skillet to shimmer indicating it was hot enough.