“Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them.”—Margaret Atwood. Let me preface this that I am not speaking about all men. There are quite a few wonderful men in my life, so I know that this is NOT all men. Please read that again, NOT ALL … Continue reading EQUALS?
After a chat with my mother-in-law this past weekend, I realize that I need to clear up something that is important to me. I am not trying to take away anyone’s Second Amendment rights. I just want kids to stop dying. I don’t think an education is worth dying over and this should never, ever … Continue reading LET KIDS BE KIDS
Mawow reading the letter from the NRA When you write five posts a week, it can sometimes be hard to decide what to write about. I had Monday’s blog finished on Saturday and I started to think about what I should write for Tuesday (which is what you are reading now) and the topic dropped … Continue reading “DEAR FRIEND”
Jury duty ended Wednesday and it has taken me a few days to get my brain to turn off. This was the first time I have ever been picked to serve on a jury. Each time I have been summoned, the case has been settled and I was told I could leave. This time, I … Continue reading ♥ HERE’S TO NEW FRIENDS ♥
Take out a piece of paper and give yourself five minutes or so to think of three men you look up too and write down why. Think outside of the box. My dear hubby – duh, he’s the man I married, because he is wonderful and he stood by me when I got sick and … Continue reading A MAN TO LOOK UP TOO
When I hear the young adults from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Sandy Hook, and Columbine say they are disappointed in the “adults” in this country, I totally get it. They are doing what we should have done a long time ago. After the very first mass shooting at a school it should have been … Continue reading HATE IN AMERICA
This past weekend I went to the March For Our Lives march/rally in my town. Where I live, there is a population a little over 118,000 people and almost 300 people showed up for the rally. I was glad that so many people came, but when you have a little over 118,000 people it made … Continue reading MARCH FOR OUR LIVES
I am writing this on the one-month anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where 17 individuals lost their lives and 14 more were injured by a lone gunman. Today nearly a million students walked out of school to demand gun control by our government. These students acted without violence but made … Continue reading GUN CONTROL IS OVERDUE