How can we still be surprised by any media bias?
"I imagine that one of the reasons people cling to their hates so stubbornly is because they sense, once hate is gone, that they will be forced to deal with pain." From Notes of a Native Son by James Baldwin
I mean, seriously, what is so difficult about gathering laundry, throwing it in the washing machine, and then getting it out again? Then I had children.
I don’t remember much about those kids but I remember one very clearly. I don’t remember what he looked like. Probably the usual lanky kid with brown hair, brown corduroy pants and a striped gold and white polo shirt of the late ‘70’s. Wherever he went he sang “Lucy in the sky with diamonds!”...
My brain is a whirl of activity this morning. I have so many ideas that I THINK I want to write about thanks to a book my friend Sherry recommended, “Writing the Memoir.” It’s like a floodgate of ideas has been opened. I guess I just didn’t realize that “memoir” was such a big...
Your culture teaches you what to expect from the people around you and what they expect from you.
What do you do when one book is so fascinating but hard to read that you can only read an hour before getting brain fuzz?
I’ve always been firmly in the camp of ‘the internet brings people together,’ but lately…sheesh…people!
It haunted me that I had no alibi for that day. But why would I? I’m a stay-at-home Mom!
Ditch the labels and be just you.