Good Morning Y’all! I know it’s been a hot minute since I have written anything for my blog and I apologize for leaving y’all hanging. It wasn’t intentional, I promise. Somewhere in the middle of Camp NaNo, I think I lost my drive to write. I finished six days early and I couldn’t bring myself … Continue reading DID YA MISS ME?
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RIP ANTHONY BOURDAIN
Hello, my friends. This day has been pretty heavy for me and I cannot believe that Anthony Bourdain has committed suicide. This is the second death this week from suicide and it has given me a reason to pause and reflect upon why this is happening. We look at famous people and think they must … Continue reading RIP ANTHONY BOURDAIN
This morning when I began checking my email and doing research for my next blog, I was bombarded with ads for the three-day weekend and posts on social media about finding a beach and planting themselves for the next three days. We are a country of so-called patriots, but do people understand the meaning around … Continue reading MEMORIAL DAY
Since Donald Trump announced his candidacy, I have tuned into the news every waking moment. The moment he glided down the gold-plated escalator announced that he was running for president and that Mexican people are rapists, drug dealer and some are good people, he guesses. Has he never met a person who is Hispanic that … Continue reading BE…
SAY NO TO TORTURE
This is my third attempt to write this post. Good Morning FL, If you are reading. It’s a hard topic to write about because this is something that I feel very strongly about. I believe that all life is precious and that each and every person on this earth deserves to be treated with respect. … Continue reading SAY NO TO TORTURE
WHY IS THERE STILL RACISM?
Today (Wednesday, evening as I am writing this) we remember Martin Luther King Jr. Fifty years ago today James Earl Ray assassinated Martin Luther King Jr. This happened before I was born, but I believe in everything Dr. King stood for. Martin Luther King fought for civil rights with non-violence and civil disobedience. He also … Continue reading WHY IS THERE STILL RACISM?
This weekend didn’t quite go as planned. I didn’t get much of my book read, so I will have to share that will you at a later date. Also, there are so many topics I want to cover, but this administration keeps feeding me lots and lots of topics and I keep telling myself that … Continue reading 30,000,000