Dear Dad I Never Had: I Miss You. I Love You. Happy Father’s Day.

Dear Dad I Never Had, As you know, we have never met. It’s not because I didn’t have a dad. I did. I had a biological father, but he didn’t … Continue reading Dear Dad I Never Had: I Miss You. I Love You. Happy Father’s Day.

A Conversation Between A Newborn & Her Mommy

“Mommy, please hold me,” the newborn said. “I have never been alone, and I don’t like it.” “Oh darling,” Mommy said, “You’re never alone. Sometimes I have to set you … Continue reading A Conversation Between A Newborn & Her Mommy

In A Great Victory for Womankind, Sports Illustrated Now Hypersexuallizes Plus Size Women Too

In a great victory for womankind or feminism or whatever, Sports Illustrated is featuring – for the first time ever – a plus size model. Her name is Ashley Graham, … Continue reading In A Great Victory for Womankind, Sports Illustrated Now Hypersexuallizes Plus Size Women Too

Father’s Day & Sad Memories of Child Abuse

As someone whose memories of child abuse, domestic violence, hurtful words, and emotional abuse overwhelm the happy memories of childhood, holidays are usually tinged with sadness and anger. I should … Continue reading Father’s Day & Sad Memories of Child Abuse

Lent: How To Make It Truly Meaningful

I’ve heard a lot of people talking about what they’re giving up for Lent. Many have said that they’re giving up drinking sodas or eating fast food – but that’s … Continue reading Lent: How To Make It Truly Meaningful

7 Things to Never EVER Say to a Pregnant Woman

Seven things to never, EVER say to a pregnant woman: “Sleep now! You won’t be able to once the baby is here!” OK, you try sleeping with a watermelon sized … Continue reading 7 Things to Never EVER Say to a Pregnant Woman

Killing The Lies: Should Everyone Be Forgiven Without Exception?

Welcome to the second entry in my blog series about forgiveness. I recommend starting at the beginning for context, so if you haven’t already, check out the debut entry to … Continue reading Killing The Lies: Should Everyone Be Forgiven Without Exception?