The Tiny House that Hemp Built

Welcome to my dream.

Thank you for reading and envisioning this with me until it becomes reality.  I believe we create the reality we wish to live in by first imagining we can…“I think I can, I think I can…”.

Tiny homes on wheels have been on my mind for a couple years now.  I originally thought the idea was crazy, but little by little, found myself fascinated by the entire idea of living life in a tiny, portable package.  This will require quite a few modifications in my current lifestyle, as I am fairly certain I have hoarder tendencies, but I am becoming more open to the idea of living with less every day.

I am a huge proponent of using hemp as a building material, and will be linking this article to more about each building material I will use in the construction of this home in the near future.  This will be a learning experience, as I am not familiar with any current mobile home manufacturers doing what I want to do the way I want to do it.

I believe in the open source movement.  I believe people have innate rights, and open source housing is a powerful idea.  If what I create can be replicated, then we can house everyone on the planet using renewable resources…comfortably.

I cannot wait for this journey to start unfolding…so let me just hit publish here, so you can start dreaming with me.

Rauner Vetoes Additional Illinois Medical Marijuana Conditions #Approvethe8

Governor Rauner vetoed eight new conditions, including PTSD, autism, IBS, osteoarthritis, chronic pain syndrome, chronic post operative pain, and intractable pain as new qualifying conditions for the Illinois medical cannabis program, despite having a recommendation from the Medical Cannabis Advisory Board.

I will have to write a blog related to how conditions are added after doing some research on the state law to showcase this lunacy, but suffice to say we have governmental bodies overseeing what our doctors can prescribe for us to put in our bodies, and even when they advocate for the addition of conditions they believe are worthy of being listed, Gov. Rauner can still veto those changes.

All the while the federal government claims cannabis is deserving of a schedule one listing, meaning no medicinal value!

  • The drug or other substance has no currently accepted medical treatment use in the U.S. –  from

At some stage, it goes a little beyond ignorance…this seems like criminal miss-classification.  23 States with Medical Cannabis Programs and thousands of doctors prescribing…and there’s no medical use for it???

Interesting that opium is considered “schedule two” and doctors commonly write scrip’s for opiate-based medicines for the very conditions Rauner just vetoed.