Worrying and being angry about COVID-19 has become my part-time job. I'm trying to keep it under control, but as the death rate climbs in the US, so does my rage and fear. The talk of schools opening now, or within weeks, or in September, is also fueling my rage. The pandemic is not under... Continue Reading →
"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." —Martin Luther King Jr. How many more people have to die senseless deaths in this country? The time for action is long overdue.
As MLK Day approaches, I feel mournful and ashamed—ashamed of my country. Almost 50 years have passed since MLK's assassination, and we still haven't grasped the concept that Black Lives Matter? I can picture him sitting in heaven's cafeteria with Mohandas Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Susan B. Anthony, Frederick Douglass, etc. They are all shaking their... Continue Reading →
Firstly, Happy Veterans Day to the veterans out there, including my dad! Secondly, I joined Match.com again, even though I swore I would never throw my money its way again. I was sucked in because I received a message about a week ago; I eventually broke down because I wanted to read the message. It... Continue Reading →
I'm back from England. The trip was interesting and hysterical and eye-opening and even entailed some serious drama. That's all for another post. Just wanted to check in and say that I was incommunicado for the entire week I was away and loved every minute of it. I didn't bother to upgrade my dumbphone... Continue Reading →