My color is Ecru Cream

Alternative title - A Roze by any other name is still a Roze I Have Been Weary The other day, Jill Dennison of Filosofa's Word posted “A SHARED OPINION …” in which she shared an article by Charles M. Blow of the NY Times, titled "You Have a Right to Weariness." As usual, Jill's comments to this … Continue reading My color is Ecru Cream

Dem Majority can set useful goals in the House

Great opinion piece by Ronald A Klain of the Washington Post.   Now that elections are over, the democratic party needs to focus on prioritizing the needs of the people to restore some kind of balance in our Democracy.  Its time now to "resist" the negativity by getting to work regardless of what Twitter spews from … Continue reading Dem Majority can set useful goals in the House

Why it Matters

The Question During Thursday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Senator Kamala Harris asked Judge Brett Kavanaugh the question that crossed my mind while hearing his opening statement.  “Do you agree that men can be friends with some women and treat other women badly?”  To which the Judge responded, “Of course, but the point I’m trying to … Continue reading Why it Matters

In Remembrance

I heard the broadcasts this morning, “It’s been seventeen years.”  Each year as September 11 approaches we are called to remember the day when the unthinkable happened.  We will remember exactly where we were and what we were doing the moment we first heard the news that our great and powerful nation was attacked on … Continue reading In Remembrance

Just Do It! Dream Crazy.

  Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. #JustDoIt A few months ago I wrote a post about Freedom of Speech which included Roseanne Barr, Samantha Bee and of course a section on Collin Kaepernick.  In light of Nike choosing to work with Kaepernick for their 30th-anniversary campaign, and people burning their sneakers … Continue reading Just Do It! Dream Crazy.

Politics Anyone?

Primaries are done here in Florida, and my two favorite candidates did not move on to November’s general elections.  I suspected as much, but I was hoping that others would get on board after they got to know them and saw how hard they were working.  Don’t get me wrong, we had many qualified candidates … Continue reading Politics Anyone?

Why Is It So Hard To Reunite Immigrant Families Separated At Border?

I don't begrudge this administration for getting tough on securing borders or irregular immigration (new buzzword from State Department). You will find most of us can agree on that, but I think all points of entry should be secure, not just the Southern Border.  I also oppose the spirit of the policies implemented to "uphold" … Continue reading Why Is It So Hard To Reunite Immigrant Families Separated At Border?

DJT and the KGB

I had a few busy and fun packed days this month. I apologize that I didn’t have the foresight to plan ahead and schedule posts for the time I would be away.  Still learning, lesson learned.  Now and then I had a few minutes of quiet while the kids were playing outside and I would … Continue reading DJT and the KGB

OH NO … I Have Caught … Trumpitis! — Filosofa’s Word

Thanks for sharing.  I think i have it too! There is an epidemic, a genuine health care crisis in the United States, and I, dear friends and readers, have contracted a case of it. At first I wasn’t sure what it was, thought perhaps it was a normal part of the aging process. But, as … Continue reading OH NO … I Have Caught … Trumpitis! — Filosofa’s Word