From the movie Analyze This (Robert De Niro … Continue reading With the Mouth She Kisses My Kids
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.
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?
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
The task for this assignment was to “mine” material, or story ideas from the web, old drafts, social media, etc. the inspiration came at me from Discover on Reader. The post is https://integratedschools.org/2018/05/30/the-problem-with-great-schools/comment-page-1/?blogsub=confirming#blog_subscription-6 Author Ali McKay from Integrated Schools.org, wrote an article which addressed questions that had been on my mind for some time. I … Continue reading School Ratings, Beyond the Number
Critique does not come easy for me. I try to be careful but truthful with my words. I don’t like to be rude. I don’t want to hurt anyone. I consider myself a moderate in many things. I prefer to look at both sides of an issue, as I know that circumstances can appear … Continue reading Roseanne, Samantha and Free Speech
I was struggling with whether or not to use today’s letter “V” to broach the subject of Voting. Elections or anything remotely in the political arena puts me over the edge. It’s definitely an area that I tend to “self-censor” for the benefit of those around me. I noticed a couple of folks did use … Continue reading Voting- A to Z challenge letter V
The other day, in answer to a recent assignment, I wrote a quick knee-jerk response to a blog post that piqued my interest. I found the post on a blog I follow that recommended another site. https://promptlings.wordpress.com/2018/03/27/we-have-met-the-enemy-redux/ Today, I am trying to respond in a more thoughtful way, and hopefully, it makes sense. A couple … Continue reading Give to Caesar…
I’m enjoying the assignments at Blogging: Learning the Fundamentals. https://dailypost.wordpress.com/blogging-university/blogging-fundamentals-materials/#day2 As I work on my second assignment, I am already one day behind. This task was to take a look at my title, play with other ideas and publish a post explaining the outcome. I’ve decided not to change the title, but I have changed … Continue reading Because Expurgate Sounds too Dramatic
This past week was my mother's birthday. She would have been 86. Her cousin, who shares the name of their paternal grandmother, celebrated her 90th birthday the week before. As I saw FB posts of Cousin celebrating with her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, I felt a selfish sting of jealousy and longing for my … Continue reading The Way We Were is Actually the Way We ARE!