Actress Lori Loughlin (above right), her husband Mossimo Giannulli, and actress Felicity Huffman (above left) were among 50 people indicted for their part in the college bribery scam organized by … Continue reading Operation Varsity Blues: Why Did They Do It?
I am slightly fascinated with Jussie Smollett: the man and the mind inside him. Celebrity elevates everything it touches; it turns the mundane into the mainstream, and local stories into … Continue reading Jussie Smollett: Is This What He Wanted?
…not the obstacles. So, the question of the day is: If my current blog isn’t my goal (and it isn’t), is it standing in the way of the blog I … Continue reading Focus On The Goal…
Note: I posted a shorter version of this story earlier, because I couldn’t find this one. This is a more “finished” draft, a lot closer to what I was trying … Continue reading Graduation Night (A Short Story)
Inspirational quote of the day. For me, especially. I am having a difficult time staying on top of this novel I’m writing. Well, I’m having a difficult time staying on … Continue reading Don’t Give Up Your Daydreams
…Growth is optional.” John Maxwell While we are recovering from the shock of this change that almost broke the world, we should remember that change is inevitable. We act like … Continue reading “Change is inevitable…”
Like many millions of people these last few months, I am guilty of wearing semi-blinders as I went into the shutdown. I tried to schedule and conduct my life as … Continue reading The Semblance of Normality
Written by Keira Dazi I’m extremely disheartened and just flat out depressed at the realization that I’ve held onto friends that don’t share my values. Moral Distancing — Musings of a … Continue reading Moral Distancing — Musings of a Lone Gypsy
Just a few thoughts about the recent protests and the rioting that has been going on… A radio host in Miami named Trina recently expressed her anger over the looting … Continue reading The Protesters. The Rioters. The Damaged Property.
June 2, 2020 Okay, so, I just finished reading this book, Who Moved My Cheese? By Spencer Johnson, M.D., and it’s about dealing with change, coping in life and at … Continue reading Who Moved My Cheese?
Photo by Lorie Shaull It is difficult to be a black man in a country where black people are killed because they are black, where police officers seem to think … Continue reading George Floyd
I don’t understand people. I was talking to a coworker today before I entered the building where I work, and we discussed “everything”: the forecast, our job security, God, family, … Continue reading Dangerous Thinking In The Pandemic Era
The economy has taken a beating with this shutdown, with tens of millions of jobs lost in the US alone and hundreds of billions dollars (at least). Many governments and … Continue reading Can I Live With Dying For The Greater Good?