Day 369 :Thoughts on Facebook and Other Social Media From a Person Who Grew Up Without It.

I joined Facebook when it was just for college students and educators. My RA spent weeks talking me into creating an account, and to this day I'm still not sure why it was so important to him.Fast forward to the present and it seems like everybody and their mother has a Facebook.It's not just for the... Continue Reading →

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Day 368:Another Card Turns Over

I grew up watching my mother periodically read tarot cards, mostly for other people. Every single time the wheel of fortune turns over I cringed. For those unfamiliar with tarot, the wheel of fortune signals change and I'm not a real big fan of change. Even change which  I have every reason to think will... Continue Reading →

Day 366:Let’s Talk Gun Control

So I just saw Trevor Noah's monologue about the shooting in Las Vegas. He's right. We need to talk gun control. In the last two years, there have been twenty mass shootings, twenty. That is bizarre. This is something that needs to be addressed. I'm not blaming the guns themselves, they are inanimate objects. We need to... Continue Reading →

Day 362: A Cold Day in July

The wind scatters the autumn leaves around her feet. Red, gold, and brown covering her rainbow laces. The stitches across her chest are sloppy but they will hold. Blood seeps around the edges with each breath. As she scuffs through the leaves blood drips amid the ground cover.  The sky above is pewter, and snow... Continue Reading →

Day 361: When You Dislocate Your Hip

Apparently,  I dislocated my hip sometime this week. My joints pop fairly frequently so I didn't even really notice that the first couple of days and this morning it's back in place, of course, the day I was going to see the doctor. When I was a kid I used to tell people assumed I... Continue Reading →

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