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
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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
I know a lot of you were frustrated to receive an error message when trying to access the blog the past two days. We were frustrated too! The blog had been on a shared server that, due to the immense ... Read More about We’re Back!
Dear Nike, Yesterday it was announced that you would be having Colin Kaepernick represent your “Just Do It” campaign. A bold move. Immediately the outcry began to boycott your products. I would ... Read More about Dear Nike,
If you’ve never said it, you’ve probably still thought it at one point in your life. You looked at another human being and thought, “I’ve never loved anyone the way I love you.” Maybe it was a ... Read More about When You Think You’ll Never Love Like That Again
It happened on a backroad in the middle of nowhere in upstate South Carolina. My husband and I were on our way to a state park for a much-needed weekend away. We had decided on camping. It’s been an ... Read More about Making The Most of a Season