Journeys in June

So, here we are at the end of June and already we’re halfway through the year. Let’s be honest, June has left some of us reeling from all its new developments and deliberations. Personally, June has thrown me for a loop, but on the upside, it has also presented me with some great experiences andContinue reading “Journeys in June”

Words Heard on the Street …

It is my constitutional right to choose NOT to wear a mask to prevent the spread of Covid! You are violating the constitutional rights and health of my kids by forcing them to wear a mask while attending school and playing with their friends! It is my constitutional right to have readily accessible to me,Continue reading “Words Heard on the Street …”

Red, Rights and Blue

As we start looking forward to Independence Day and celebrating the weekend, for a lot of us, this year more than ever, thoughts of our liberties, our rights, and our freedoms are weighing heavily on our minds. The red, white and blue of our country’s flag signify purity, valor, perseverance and justice, but I mustContinue reading “Red, Rights and Blue”

All the Way In, or All the Way Out

I’m not quite sure what it is with people today, but it seems to me that more and more we are less willing to share our true feelings. Forget emotions that make us appear vulnerable or on the “weaker” end of a relationship, for some, these are feelings to be avoided at all costs. So,Continue reading “All the Way In, or All the Way Out”

Tribute to my Husband on Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day to all fathers! Whether the status belongs to you through your actions or in name only, today we acknowledge you all. On Father’s Day we show extra love and respect to our dads who are present in our lives and who have made meaningful contributions and have had lasting impact in ourContinue reading “Tribute to my Husband on Father’s Day”

Let History Speak

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela I will always be a supporter of the teaching of all kinds of history in schools. Not the watered down, cleaned up version that goes easy on our consciences but the real, raw, heroic or dirty truth. WeContinue reading “Let History Speak”