Although the past few days have been filled with graphic video and pictures resulting from the bombings in Boston, that I can teach my children a very important lesson. That no matter who tries to hurt us, who tries to weaken us, they will not succeed.
It never fails that when I get the courage to walk through Walmart’s doors, there is mayhem awaiting to accost my eyes and ears.
It blows my mind that when we live in a world when any Tom, Dick or Barry can be president that who can get married is still relevant.
For one, it’s guaranteed that my blood will ignite if someone asks me a question and then doesn‘t let me flipping answer.
As I approach my 37th year of being awesome, I look back at those who helped my get here, helped me become the person I am and still evolving to be.
This question arose when I saw not one, but two local homes that are currently on the market that were scenes of a domestic disturbance that resulted in murder.
I’m still pondering this because it‘s not a question with a yes or no answer. In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, is that if your heart is doing the driving, make sure you bring your brain along for directions.
I have one distinct day, one memory, one true regret that still finds me shaking my head and calling my mom and dad to apologize; the day of my high school graduation.
Does the government truly think that taking away a citizen’s right to bear arms is upholding the Constitution that they are sworn in to abide? Should we ban alcohol because of drunk drivers?
My life is going to readjust itself this year in a big way and I may just lean on those around me for enlightenment and support. I may even explore a side unknown to me through my writing.