30 Minutes after sundown, the darkness begins to creep in. The cold air from the breezy evening washes away all warmth from the day. It seeps into my soul. 30 Minutes after sundown, I am nearly guaranteed to be watching television. Before the sun sets, before I turn on my monitor, there is time… Continue reading Thirty Minutes After Sundown
The philosophy of our generation (born 1983-1999) is simple. We believe that each person should be able to stand on their own two feet, and that we do not exist to serve one another- so that in times of need we can lean on each other and be stronger. Women do not exist to serve men.… Continue reading The Damn Millennial Philosophy
What is the world you want to see? When the Machine turns out children who grow into adults without understanding. When Times New Roman and a lack of questioning bring us back to Roman Times. I teach to weave a thread of humanity into the fabric of our culture as it grows, so we are… Continue reading My Mission Statement
The first time I saw him drive, I didn’t realize it was him. How could it be, he had left about 10 minutes before me, and it was only a 15 minute drive from place to place. He had beamed earlier when he told me that he had gotten his learner’s permit. He had walked… Continue reading I am afraid they will kill him.
When success seems so far away, and the world says you are mediocre at best. A cog in a machine, perhaps if you are lucky. Searching for the right fit, the point, your purpose. When the world says, “No.” Again, and again. Remember this… You are someone’s favorite. Favorite person, friends, sister, brother, teacher…. You… Continue reading When the World Says, “Mediocre at Best”
“What do you mean it’s almost time Mommy?” the little one asks, trembling slightly in the morning frost. “You know it is,” says the mom, “You know it comes every year.” “But why, Mommy? Why do we have to suffer so much loss?” “So that others can be happy, little one.” The scream of the… Continue reading Morbid Thoughts While Driving
This body. First seizure at 11 months old. Bloody noses, ear infections, psoriasis Heart murmurs. Shingles at 7 and 12…14…15 Hyperactive thyroid diagnosed at 17. Kidney disease diagnosed at 18, with total renal failure. Ruptured intestine at 19. Years of illness, followed by years of determined lifestyle change. After my last labs, my doctor finally… Continue reading This Body