Authentic Happiness

Sometimes, I would leave my phone shift and walk home in tears….Jerome took a baseball bat and hit Danny in the head, really hard. Danny had brain surgery…I was deeply affected by the injustice of this situation…my safety was being put in jeopardy. Continue reading

A Peek Into A Woman’s Madness

Every day, I receive a quote for the day from Good Reads. Today’s quote is from a short story, The Yellow Wallpaper, by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (born July 3, 1860 – died August 17, 1935). I read this story a while ago. It’s narrator is a woman who journals about her nervous … Continue reading

The Hobby Lobby Case – Supreme Court Divides Along Gender Lines

But I Have Plans There are weeks when I do not have anything fun going on, but this is not one of them. Overall, this has been a busy summer. Today, I was going to have lunch with Kindred Spirit. Tomorrow, I was going to see my husband perform at … Continue reading

An Ounce of Home? Long Shot!

This photo is a bridge at the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C., for Bastet’s Pixelventures challenge. More “long shot” photos below. *+*+**+* The Daily Post Challenge If I am embarking on a yearlong round-the-world adventure, and I can only take one object with me to remind me of home, what … Continue reading

It’s All About Me – Share Your World 24

How can it be Wednesday already? Where does the time go? I’ve been busy the past two days, but that isn’t any reason not to go back in time two days to participate in Cee’s Share Your World. What makes you feel the most secure? My first thought was living in … Continue reading

Lightning Strikes

Lightning has always fascinated and frightened me. My husband loves to sit on our balcony and watch storms, while I stay inside, respecting the power of electricity on the loose. Why? A sudden thunderstorm brought such heavy rains that traffic stopped on the low bridge. I was about 12-years-old and … Continue reading