LIVING MINDFULLY

Good Morning Y’all! TGIF! I am glad that it is Friday, I plan on spending a lot of time writing and getting my Camp NaNo project caught up. I have gotten behind this week. I have been dealing with a lot of pain. For those who don’t know, I live with a chronic disorder that … Continue reading LIVING MINDFULLY

STOP RACISM

Good Morning Y’all! 🤠 Yet again, I am writing late at night. I really need to learn to follow the schedule I set for myself. I write down what I need to do each day in my planner, but it seems like it all flies out the window and I get nothing done. Although, I … Continue reading STOP RACISM

EQUALS?

“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?

PEACE, LOVE & KITTY SNUGGLES

Good Morning Everyone! If you are a regular reader, I am sure you have noticed the change in the tone of my writing and I hope you will bear with me as I go through some growth and changes. Before my blog focused completely on Trump and the Trump Administration and the hell they are … Continue reading PEACE, LOVE & KITTY SNUGGLES

BE…

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…

WHERE IS THE LOVE

Today my post is going to be along the lines of a rant, so please forgive me. If you aren’t up to reading a rant, I won’t be upset if you decide to click away. If you are clicking away, please have a great day and I hope to see you back here tomorrow. 😊 … Continue reading WHERE IS THE LOVE

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?