Somewhere in America, an elementary school teacher let a feminist bake her class some cookies. I’m a feminist. Hence, I can understand looking at that sentence and thinking, “So what?” Well…There’s more. This woman didn’t just bake any cookies. She made VAGINA cookies. From Reddit: …Friday rolls around and the kids are excited. Autumn Lily […]
Over on Blogging While Brown I learned that Bee of 83 to Infinity was hosting a blog carnival devoted to posts that celebrated the year gone by and the year to come. Every day offers another chance to close the door on what you don’t want, and open another one. The media reminds us that […]
Human beings are teaching me more about God than religion ever has.
I have one week before school starts. You’d think I’d be more prepared. One final but vital detail needs to be sorted out. If you’re spiritual at all, pray or send out positive vibes. In spite of that concern, the other 99.9% of me is overcome with excitement. I’m really looking forward to experiencing the […]
While setting up my latest post, I found a few fantastic versions of one of The Temptations’ hits. Happy Friday. 🙂
Don’t you? I joined Luvvie’s 31 Write Now challenge a few days ago. After yesterday’s post I decided to exhale. After all. It’s Friday. *ahem* 😉 I’ve never seen Sons of Anarchy. But this video confirmed it… I need SoA in my life. ASAP. Sesame Street parodies rule. And here’s something for those who want […]
Source Stacia wrote this poetic and poignant post. I honestly don’t know what to say. Although I’ve been upset, all along, something has kept my soul from making an absolute connection to the anguish that others have expressed. In all honesty, to me, the end of this trial felt more like a cliffhanger than a […]
So on the 25th and 26th, THIS is happening: Screenshot Source I think a friend of mine is going to attend with her gorgeous dog, Lily. I, for one, have taken the plunge and have launched a virtual campaign. I’ve only got a few days, but I figure every little bit is worth it. The […]
The woman who posted it is right here.
Here, in my hometown. I’ve thought nothing of it. I have natural hermit-like tendencies. Yet today, knowing what’s taking place in Boston, I feel guilty. Those people can’t leave their homes. They’re not allowed. All because of a terrorist threat. May I never take going outside for granted again.