Defiant Little Girls

Well you already know I’m the biggest procrastinator who forgets I even have a blog 98% of the time.  Anyway, I’m here to make the post I promised I would make three weeks ago. Moving on from my declaration of lameness…  There's this statue. Of a bull. On Wall Street. Everybody knows it. But, this …

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Thinking of You

The only thing I couldn’t leave New York without seeing was the World Trade Center Memorial.  It’s worth the trip, for that alone.  Never have I felt such heartache as I did in that moment.  The grief living in those gaping holes is profound.  It’s staggering.  It will bring you to your knees. It did …

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The Essential Travel Guide

Guys, I'm going to New York this week.  I'm stoked.  I've never been.  It's going to be beautiful.  And, for all of you travelers out there, I've compiled a nice and tidy packing guideline. How my boyfriend packs for trips: "I'm heading home now to pack." "It's 9:30. Your flight's at 12???" "Yeah but I …

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Remodeling the Soul

I have cried every day this week.  I'm wondering when tears will stop.   A few months ago, when I was feeling this way, I just became disconnected.  People noticed.  Asked me why I wasn't posting on the blog.  Why I wasn't writing.  Why I wasn't answering texts or calls.   Today, I've decided that …

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10 Things I hate about…how we treat our world

I’m about to annoy the hell out of most of you.  Personally, I don’t really care. Three hurricanes and an (at least) 8.0 Earthquake off the coast of Mexico. An entire Caribbean island has been wiped off the map. Thousands of homes are under water, or clogged by sands. This isn't the world I grew …

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Idolatrizing the Confederacy

I went to Georgia last January. I had read a book and become inspired and flown away to a land of history and richness and cultural pride. My God it was a beautiful place to be. Before leaving Atlanta for Savannah, I went to the MLK museum. I saw the sad little row of houses …

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