My Mental Story- Part 2

Hey kids, this is the second part of a three part series by my lovely and amazing friend, Linds B.  Every second of my existence was plagued with thoughts of her. “Why wasn’t I good enough?” “Am I really that unlovable?” “What did I do wrong?” “It was all my fault.” Relentless self-blame. All I… Continue reading My Mental Story- Part 2

The Danger In Economizing Words

Can we stop being so easily offended by everything? Why is it becoming increasingly difficult to behave like a normal human being when it comes to simple language? Why is everything we say put under such a brutal microscope, whose magnification transforms the 'perpetrator' into a Machiavellian figure? Can we stop that, please? Because it's… Continue reading The Danger In Economizing Words

The Light Of A Thousand Points

I was a young Republican once upon a time. In the eighties, I loved Reagan, Prince and mall girls. Not necessarily in that order. As the years went by, my philosophies would change according to the education I was getting from the world I was busy growing up inside of. I voted for George H.… Continue reading The Light Of A Thousand Points

Turns out, my lost mojo was on ice

Okay . . maybe it wasn't lost after all. But admittedly, it has waned over the last few weeks. Blame it on the weather or James Comey's new tome, but whatever it was . . it was getting to me. One of the drawbacks to being a passionate individual is that the ebbs that switch… Continue reading Turns out, my lost mojo was on ice