Dead Like Me, a series review

One thing I love about the modern way we watch tv is the ability to binge-watch old shows. Can you believe I’d never seen Seinfeld? We sure fixed that now. Another show we recently binged that took a depressingly short amount of time was Dead Like Me. Originally a Showtime show, we found it onContinue reading “Dead Like Me, a series review”

Carry Dr. King’s lessons into the Lunar New Year

Image by John Hain Monday ways MLK Day, the day we as a nation set aside to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. His lessons on equality of race and economic status, as well as his calls for peace, are ones that we should honor every day, not just once a year.  Maybe not withContinue reading “Carry Dr. King’s lessons into the Lunar New Year”

A review of Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis

I first heard about Rachel Hollis when I saw the cover of her first book, Girl Wash Your Face.  That title is a case study in why choosing a good title is so important. Hollis got that title spot on. Of course, I had to find out what this was all about. And of course,Continue reading “A review of Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis”

The price of war

I often spend time sitting at my local Dunkin, just people watching. I do something I call sketching, but what I mean is writing out little descriptive paragraphs about the people in the place with me. It’s a writing exercise. There’s a lot of kids, of course, drinking smoothies and soaking up the free wifi.Continue reading “The price of war”

Join me in helping the people at the American border

Some time ago I wrote a blog post in defense of the immigrants seeking asylum at the American border.  Seeking asylum isn’t illegal, but they’ve been shoved into cages and forced to exist in inhumane conditions that I, as an American, am ashamed of. It’s monstrous, and I’ve had enough. I bet you’ve had enough,Continue reading “Join me in helping the people at the American border”