The #MeToo movement has me all messed up, y’all. The world wants you to pick a side. You're for us or against us. But it's almost never that easy, now is it? It’s always been a cause for ... Read More about Why Not #MeToo?
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This time last year, I posted a Facebook Live video in response to a viral photo released by Gainesville Police Department. You may remember the photo of three officers as they headed out to protect ... Read More about Should You Date a Cop?
Hurricane Florence is finally making her arrival on here on the East Coast. Because of this, I maybe be absent or unable to reply to comments or emails for some time. In the meantime, I thought I'd ... Read More about Preparing for a Hurricane and Rule #2 of Being a Police Wife
17 years ago today, September 11, 2001, our nation watched in horror as our country came under attack. Thousands of people ran for their lives. And then…there were the heroes. Heroes came in ... Read More about And Then There Were The Heroes…
This is our fourth hurricane season in the South, and once again an evacuation order appears to be imminent. (Why can’t we just have fall?) Evacuation and hurricane preparedness are never fun for ... Read More about 7 Ways to Help First Responder’s Kids Through Evacuation
I’ll be honest, sarcasm is a native language for me. It’s become a way to cope when I’m tired, irritated or overwhelmed. My first inclination when writing this post on justice was to take that route, ... Read More about Justice: I Don’t Think It Means What You Think It Means