Remember when you were young. An adult told you what to do. You looked at them and said, “or what?” It was an immature challenge to see if the adult was serious. In those old days the adult most likely would have given you a swat across the back side, or even a smack across… Continue reading Or What?!
Last week, I wrote about my worry of the Afghan women. The Taliban had retaken Afghanistan, and have stated their plan of returning to a more restrictive government, especially for women. American women have been on my mind this week. I’ve been thinking about my daughter, my mom, my sisters, my nieces, and the many… Continue reading American Women
It only took about a week for the country to fall. All the training the U.S. military provided, and it all crumbled in a matter of days. So many can’t believe it happened so quickly. But, when a country is propping up another, without a change in culture and thinking, once the prop is gone,… Continue reading Afghanistan
This morning while driving to my writing group, I passed a church. The marquee on the church read, “Jesus Still Saves.” Now I know nothing about this church. Don’t know its denomination, its affiliations, nor its community service. What I do know is how angry I became after reading those three short words. Words that… Continue reading “Jesus Still Saves”
In today’s America, we workers seem to be expected to continue to give, and give, and give some more, without any real return to us. That is, unless you count being able to keep our jobs. Mental health, physical health, just health in general, doesn’t seem to be a factor. At what point do we,… Continue reading Breaking Point?
The hypocrisy is astounding! When it all began, Covid-19 wasn’t serious. It was all under control. Then it moved into it being a little serious. If one would just drink some bleach, or stick a wand in a certain place for ultraviolet light to treat it, all could be cured. We moved on to it… Continue reading Republicans: It’s the Unvaccinated’s Fault
I do not always agree with the decisions, or the pace, of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Today, I can only wholeheartedly agree on her decision to exclude Rep. Jordan of Ohio and Rep. Banks of Indiana from the January 6 Insurrection Select Committee. Rep. Jordan and Banks did not, and do not, have… Continue reading Kudos to Speaker Pelosi