My Dad worshiped gorillas. He swore he was one in a past life. He'd take us to the National Zoo in DC when we were kids and he'd just sit there and watch them while Mom took us to the exhibits. I think he was communing with them or something. It was almost freaky. I … Continue reading Rest in peace beautiful beast
“What is it you fear?” He asked, “My dear sir…” As he coiled his finger to the sky. “Is it the Devil, or Me?” He asked, with a nod, as if affirming an “Aye.” “Is it darkness? Death?” He asked leaning in As his eyes grew brighter and wide. “Is it the manner of death? … Continue reading “What Is It You #Fear?” – A #Halloween #Poem
And I still do. Last night Wayne and I were sitting in my living room and I was writing and he was on the phone with his mom. We were talking about today's date. About a minute later my damn broom fell and hit the floor in the kitchen. I hadn't touched it since Saturday. … Continue reading Once Upon A Time, I Had the Most Wonderful Mother
I seriously cannot stand another story of a child left in a hot car to suffer an agonizing death. I want this message out there once and for all. #HOTCARSKILL I want to see it everywhere. I want it tweeted all across the damn world. Look at the articles below and tell me if you … Continue reading WHAT PART of HOT CARS KILL DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND YOU IDIOTS?
Amen to this! I've been through a whole lot of storms and each one has washed away the burdens, the strife, the need to be perfect or of feeling incomplete, and I'm stronger and more fulfilled than I could have ever imagined. I don't have or need "things" to make me feel important and certainly … Continue reading And The Thunder Rolls