We are letting freedom and free speech slip through our fingers.
In the past two years, I’ve moved, worked through personal issues, my teenagers changed sports, and we adopted a dog. My weekly mileage plunged from high 40s to 10. Yes, 10 measly miles, and that’s an up week. Our new neighborhood is flatter, 25-30 minutes farther from my run group who I haven’t seen in… Continue reading My Fat Pants Don’t Fit; Am I Still a Runner?
Listen to interview http://www.stitcher.com/s If the jury, if the American people, are forbidden from considering whether the crime itself is revealing the government's crime, how do you have a fair trial if the jury can't ask the question: well, who exactly is the real criminal here?" Whatever you think of Edward Snowden and his actions,… Continue reading Hunted for Trying to Protect the People: an Edward Snowden interview on Intercepted podcast
My husband is a blogging widower. Despite our both working from home, we only see each other at meals and to coordinate kid transportation. Our schedules are offset by several hours. While he and the kids watch RAW or Smackdown (WWE), I’m usually writing, formatting a blog post, or taking an online class. When I… Continue reading Blogging Widower
Good Morning America featured this heartwarming story I wanted to share. Welcome, Baby Finn Baby Finn, nicknamed Fighting Finn, was 21 weeks and 1 pound at birth--three weeks younger than the fetal age most abortions are performed. He was so delicate, his mom waited one month to hold him while he continued to grow and… Continue reading The Ultimate Decision
. ...quantum science...tells us that everything in our reality is ultimately a reflection of our own consciousness—that, when something happens, it's because a part of our own consciousness is drawing that experience into our awareness.” -Dr. Sue Morter, The Energy Codes (2019) We see what we think about. We see hate if we look for… Continue reading Quote on Perception and Reality