When I step somewhere I have not been to before, it feels like my lungs expand more than they normally would. My breath is so much deeper. With that inhale, excitement fills my bloodstream.
Thankfully, that is now changed and you can see people of all races sitting next to one another in random parts of the bus. We are all one-big-happy-family. Right? Wrong!
My grandfather died when I was 10 years old. It was expected of me to wear black as a sign of mourning whenever I could, which meant acquiring new wardrobe pieces that were more black than any other color. Now, I wonder if that was what triggered my liking of black clothing. The second part... Continue Reading →
Have you ever heard someone say: "That is not my job" and then walk away? I know I have. (...) Saying something is not for you to take care of is like Pilate washing his hands and declaring he had nothing to do with the decision to crucify Jesus.
Goya, the company, and not the painter or the fruit that is being "canceled." (...) "There are those that are born to love and to build, and others to hate and destroy."
Are we going to go back to having one parent work while the other stays at home to watch/teach the kid(s)?
After returning from a 4th of July celebration, I sat down in front of my computer to unwind a little. If you are wondering why I felt the need to relax after a party, you must be an extrovert. Even though I enjoyed myself, I still had to decompress after socializing for a better part... Continue Reading →
In today's day and age you're not only at fault for doing something with malice. You're also at fault when someone says so.