Cherry Garcia Daydreaming by Kathleen M. Schurman Mucking horse stalls is an adventure in random and rambling thoughts, and with a twenty-six-stall barn to clean every morning, I have plenty of repetitive, mind-numbing shoveling to take me on imaginary adventures throughout the multiverses. Unfortunately, that’s not what usually happens. My thoughts are typically more mundane Read more
Kathleen M. Schurman and her husband David own and operate Locket’s Meadow Farm Animal Sanctuary in Bethany, Connecticut, where they are enslaved by well over 100 animals. Kathleen has been writing for most of her life, starting as a children’s playwright, then moving into journalism after earning an MS in media communications from Quinnipiac University. Over the past twenty years, she has edited and written for many Connecticut newspapers. Kathleen also authors children’s books about the animals on the sanctuary, and writes a blog called “All Glamour All The Time,” with “glamour” serving as a euphemism for “manure.” It focuses on the trials and tribulations of animal rescue and activism, as well as issues like where to put all the horse poop. When she’s not writing or shoveling, she can be found doting on her grandchildren and telling them stories about dragons, unicorns, and magic.