Bullying At Its Worst

“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.

As the dust began to settle in the aftermath of the hate group created among some of my peers on [...]

Harm None

Recently my daughter came home from daycare and greeted me with a little sad pout.  When I asked her what was wrong I watched her eyes swell as she explained, “Christina says that I’m not a princess. I told her that I am, but she says that no, I’m not.”  With that her face contorted [...]

Donation to Doctors Without Borders and My Thanks

Thank you everyone for your comments and support over the last few days.  A donation has been made to Doctors Without Borders/Medicins Sans Frontieres.  The reasons why I chose this particular humanitarian organization?  This Nobel Peace Prize winning organization was established nearly 40 years ago by doctors who believe that all people have [...]

Help for Haiti: Your Comments Count!

I hadn’t been feeling well the past few days and stayed home in my little unaware anti-social bubble.  It wasn’t until I saw a comment from a friend on my Facebook news feed that I learned of the devastation in Haiti.  The world has seen quite a number of terrifying disasters in recent history, but [...]

Adjusting My Parental Controls

Back when I did not have children I used to get very annoyed by kids who seemed out of control in public.  I’m talking about those kids you would see running around in stores, not listening to their parents, bumping into people, screaming and crying, or even just rolling around on the ground in angst [...]

What’s That in Your Bag?

Host: It’s time for another episode of Say, What’s That in Your Bag?  You’re a woman of the world; a shining example of today’s modern gal.  You are a hard worker, balancing a full time job and a family. You try your best to keep up with today’s fashion, and that includes a Nine West [...]