That radiation emits from the Earth whenever a fault or seismic event occurs? We have 20+ such faults of different types in the State of Washington, and each time one adjusts, a type of radiation bubbles up from the ground, the Earth's way of farting, I think. It's uncomfortable. It's aching. It needs a release. And we poor, unsuspecting dwellers, must intake the badness, thus suffering hair loss, some forms of cancer and who knows what else? The horses have it worse. Researchers have proven that horses can feel the rumblings in the tummy of mother Earth long before an actual movement. They stamp and stomp, and ultimately, must just hang around until the ick seeps up. In the last few weeks, I wake up and my pictures are all askew. My swami tells me to Google the seismic activity and tell him what type of fault has ruptured and he can proactively give me a remedy "Over 20 types of radiation are emitted from the Earth," he intones. I'll get right on that, immediately after fixing my pictures, but before my hair starts falling out.
I have farmed the task of telling about myself to my sister who replied thus:
"Sarah is many things: author, business woman, wife, mother, (the list goes on and on), but above all she is GENUINE! She tells it like it is, how it was, or how it should be, when others cannot, will not, or maybe should not. She isn't afraid to be silly, has a great sense of humor, and possesses a frightening ability to get cool things for cheap!"
If you've searched this far to get my contact information, heck, you deserve it. sassality at gmail dot com. Go for it. No haters please. It bums me out. I'll try and personally respond to all relevant and thoughful emails, SG
This came across the wires as a suggestion for a tree house we are contemplating. Since my dear friend one development over, knows we have a fondness for all things wood"ie" and slightly eccentric, she offered up the following idea.
I loved it, and cursed her name at the same time. If I spend the money to build this thing, you my write on my headstone "she lost her way."