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My name's Kate Hassett. I'm a Human Ecologist. I'm passionate about food, social justice, art, self expression, farming (specifically dairy farming) and I like to draw comics. Drawing helps me process my experiences. I'm an observer. And a sensitive creature. This is my doodle (and story + snapshot) blog.

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I realized yesterday that this summer of 2011 is the FIRST summer I am not spending living at (or right nearby) my parents house. And it’s really hitting me! I miss the animals, the green field and trees and my gardens, plants, bright windows, the earthy smell, barefeet, toiling on projects around the house with Dad…but, visits are second best. This visit included: Dad’s new baby Rhode Island Reds, Knuckles hiding under the cars and Dad using “the bunny plunger” to get him out from under there, making fresh rose water, cuddling Rufus and puttering around the gardens (plus one or two minor anxiety attacks).

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3 Comments

  1. Ann Hassett says:

    Ahhhh….there’s no place like home!

  2. Tiffany says:

    Hey, I wanted to let you know I have been checking out your doodles. They are entertaining and I enjoy them. Thanks for sharing. I still chuckle about the George stories. You are right though, there is no place like home. Keep em coming!

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