As I sat down with my coffee and my laptop this morning, it occurs to me that this series will read painfully negative. That’s not my intent. My intent is to show you, from a survivor’s standpoint, all the things that Breast Cancer Awareness Month misses the mark on. If you have a loved one […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
As I sat down this morning with a cup of coffee, and a blank page, I ruminated on which aspects of breast cancer awareness month don’t sit right. I asked myself, what images and messages just don’t jibe with my own experience? And I remembered there’s one that seems to come up regularly. Every year […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I love October. October means Halloween and fall. It means pumpkin spiced everything. October is the gateway to the holidays and all the fun family gatherings and good food that comes with it. But October brings something else with it. In the coming days there will be an onslaught of pink everything. Because October is […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
[I’m really tired and probably not thinking clearly, but here is my Hurricane Harvey ramble rant.] I see the sun peeking in through my window and only now do I believe that Hurricane Harvey is over. Finally, finally over. I’ve seen a lot of good out on the streets of Houston. Neighbors helping neighbors. People […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I write both fiction and non-fiction. My blog posts is my non-fictional outlet, and I write and submit fictional stories of varying lengths to publishers with the goal of one day being published and getting paid for my efforts. Back in January I set my writing goals for 2017 Write and publish 26 blog posts. Write […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.