I was disgusted, as I usually am, by trump’s* speech given on October 27, 2019, regarding the death of terrorist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. I figured the speech would be a happy dance for his base since it involved more verbiage than his tweets containing predictable self-praise and excruciatingly poor grammar. I was about to turn … Continue reading Who is to say how we shall die?
Drum roll, please. That should have been the announcement by commentators immediately prior to the 3 PM announcement on October 5, 2018, by Senator Susan Collins (Republican, Maine) as to whether or not she would confirm Judge Kavanaugh as a justice on the Supreme Court. She put on quite a show. I was hoping she would … Continue reading Susan, Shame, Shame
I have been unable to write. I know what has been stopping me: I am so very horrified with what is going on in our country that I feel that I am screaming and cannot stop. I think I have snapped out of it, however. A friend referred me to the link below. I have … Continue reading Re-Connecting with Writing
A friend mentioned that she still wishes everyone (unless she knows to do otherwise) “Merry Christmas”. She did this from her heart, explaining that in doing so she was sharing the joy that she felt at this time of year with the recipient, hoping that they would feel such joy for their celebration.
Suffice it to say, along with all the women who are coming out to admit that they have experienced, at the very minimum, sexual harassment, and violence in the workplace, I am adding my “me too”.