Onya Ganja @ writes under Stoner Girls Guide on Twitter
She is not what I think of as a stereo typical 'Stoner girl' far from it. Well, the day was relaxed, and our interview was more of an extended conversation - which she had to sort out when back on the farm! ;) I was relieved of not having a telephone interview - or one where I had to write my response in an e mail, it was easy for me - not so much for the 'talented editor, she was also patient as when experiencing attacks, I can hardly keep my train of thought & know I constantly go "off track".
Below is the interview, I do speak my mind. I'm glad she did not include ALL of it! LOL
I would like to add, did not know Justin Trudeau was going to be our new PM.
I am thrilled more an more everyday.
My little ROOR which I speak of, broke, up in Halliburton - I will see about having it replaced and had I had time to re think, I might have changed that reply to my Jerry Kelly Laughing Buddha pendant being the one time I am beyond thrilled about! It was thought the cannabis community how all this came about- the people that have been introduced on this journey (some good and some not so great.. lol) have all been for a reason!
Oh &... When I refer to someone as a 'handsome devil' - lol - it is only an expression I have heard for years and still repeat, simply meaning they are a handsome older man.
I would like to thank Prohbtd Magazine For sharing the story and helping to further spread the awareness with education.
This is the Anniversary date of Cashy Hydes death. Cannabis is a medicine for children.
Cashy was the best lesson - on love and compassion and SHOULD be a lesson to ALL on how seriously WRONG cannabis prohibition is for medical reasons as well as recreational. As long as people can be put in jail for such a victimless crime BY the REAL criminals (those who profit $$$ from it) - it will continue to happen & it is a crime against us all.
I am thankful for sharing my story but would ask you to share Cashy's story with someone today.
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