About Bikurgurl…


I’m a storyteller and love to learn and share my experiences with others. Living in the Pacific Northwest, a transplant from the Midwest, we love to spend our time learning through living. This is where I’m documenting our experiences, writing, images, dogs, children, unschooliness, and more.


I blog my writing, images, life β€” but I like to promote GraceAndSpace β€” life is too short, the world is too big, we need to try to be more kind, generous, and give the love to the world we so richly deserve!


Grab a cup of coffee, tea, or wine and enjoy a glimpse of our lives learning, loving, and living. I’m active on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and various blogs πŸ™‚

Thanks for stopping by — it’s great to hear from you, so feel free to leave me comments — I read and respond to every one πŸ™‚

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31 thoughts on “About Bikurgurl…

  1. I awarded you the Liebster Award, which is a cool little thing for newer bloggers with less than 200 followers, so we can all get to know each other and get out there in the blogging community! I would love if you would join in, You can see my post and the information at https://mommylanesadventures.wordpress.com/2016/01/05/discover-new-blogs-liebster-award/. I hope you will join in! I love getting to learn more about my fellow bloggers!

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  2. Good day! I’ve enjoyed poking around your blog. Under your picture on this page, there’s a link that says Cancer Survivor. When I click the link it opens to a new word press, blank page (I think that’s what it is.)

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  3. Always glad to meet another Midwesterner–even transplanted to a new locale. The Pacific Northwest is an area I am looking forward to visiting someday soon. Is it really as green and lush as it seems in photos? I’m look forward to reading more of your site!

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    1. The Pacific Northwest is beautifully green year-round! The first time we flew out here, we were struck by the grey/brown slushy mess we left behind in the midwest compared with the dense forests of evergreens here. Thank you for your kind comments and hope you enjoy reading along πŸ™‚


      1. We do love it out here. I was never a fan of the snow anyway, so not getting snow here {rarely in the winter, usually not at all} is fantastic. You can drive to the mountains for snow or to the ocean for beach {although it’s completely different than the east coast}. It does drizzle for about 9 months, seemingly constantly, but we get less rainfall on average than NYC, it’s just the perfect microclimate. But take heart, spring is just around the corner for you!


    1. Thank you for your kind words! I apologize I’m not able to contribute, but do so appreciate your nomination. It’s so kind of you to hold me in such high regard – a real honor for another writer in my circle to single me out — I am so grateful and thank you sincerely!


  4. YAY, for being a cancer survivor!! And yay, for the Pac NW–I’ve lived other places, but nothing beats “God’s Country”. I’m just north of Seattle–today we had all kinds of “weather”, including thunder crash, and “WET”–Love it!!! Wishing you well.

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    1. We love living here — and thank you so much for your kind words! I had blood drawn today for my quarterly monitoring. God willing, I’ll still have NED (No Evidence of Disease). Love that you stopped by and checked out some of my posts – thanks πŸ™‚


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