Family, Loss & Grief, Uncategorized

A Visit From Grandma

I have often heard throughout my life that it is common for the spirits of deceased loved ones to visit us in our dreams in order to tell us something.  After Grandma died, I impatiently looked for signs of her presence in my dreams and in my physical surroundings, but found nothing. Continue reading “A Visit From Grandma”

Deep Thoughts and Wisdom, Feminism

The Root Cause of Female Bullying And Why We Need To Teach Girls How To Love Themselves

I was disgusted to recently read about the death of a high school girl in Delaware who was killed at her school.  I saw the story on one of the popular feminist blogs that I follow.  Sixteen-year-old Amy Francis-Joyner was beaten to death by a group of girls in a restroom at her school….all because of competition for attention from a particular boy. Continue reading “The Root Cause of Female Bullying And Why We Need To Teach Girls How To Love Themselves”

Stupid People, Uncategorized

The Hypocricy of ESPN

I don’t care much for sports and I never watch ESPN, but I was a little perturbed when I heard the news that one of ESPN’s employees, Curt Schilling, was fired for making political statements on his personal Facebook page. Continue reading “The Hypocricy of ESPN”

Loss & Grief, Music, Uncategorized

R.I.P. Prince

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to get through this thing called Life.

I was in utter shock today when I learned the news of music legend Prince’s sudden death. Jesus, we’re only four months into 2016, and we’re still losing more irreplaceable music legends one right after another. Continue reading “R.I.P. Prince”


Sting and Peter Gabriel Together At Last

I’ve been absolutely beside myself with joy and excitement for the past two months every since I learned that my two most favorite music artists, Sting and Peter Gabriel, are touring together this summer across Canada and the Northern United States for their “Rock, Paper, Scissors Tour.” Continue reading “Sting and Peter Gabriel Together At Last”

Childfree Life, Travel

Kindred Souls

I’m excited to announce that I’ll be taking a short trip to Denver next month.  Despite the fact that my own brother lived in Denver for several years, I have never been to Colorado nor ever seen the Rocky Mountains before, so this will be a big First for me. Continue reading “Kindred Souls”

Deep Thoughts and Wisdom, Loss & Grief

The Abduction and Murder of Adam Walsh

When I was growing up as a child in the 1980’s, I remembered hearing stories about a little boy down in Florida named Adam Walsh who had been kidnapped from a Sears store and had his head cut off.  And I remember watching his father, John Walsh, on his own TV show “America’s Most Wanted” every week for many years. Continue reading “The Abduction and Murder of Adam Walsh”