Paulette Mahurin’s The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap was not a great book by any stretch of the imagination. It really could have been stellar, but it fell short for me.
Once upon a time I was a photographer.
Several weeks ago, I fell on the ice and sustained a fractured and sprained wrist. Per instructions from the radiologist that I saw, I was to restrict my lifting for 4-6 weeks. Being a veterinary technician, it is quite difficult to work around my inability to lift anything more than two pounds for that long, so I have been assigned to desk duty. Read More An Open Letter to All Coworkers
I wasn’t sure what I was getting into with Tracy Engelbrecht’s memoir, The Girl Who Couldn’t Say No. Being a childless woman in her mid-twenties, I wasn’t sure how I would relate to a book about Engelbrecht, who found out she was going to be a mom when she was fourteen. I figured it would just be another whiny tale about men’s trickery and the woes of being a teenage mom. I was dead wrong. Read More Book Review: The Girl Who Couldn’t Say No
I don’t want to be a writer but I can’t stop writing. That’s a lie. Let me start over…
Castles. Murder. Money. Conspiracy. Sexual Rituals. Devil Worship. Truth.
Standing inside the main dining room in Windsor Castle, we stared in awe at a dining room table that must have been 30 feet long at least. Read More True Perspectives, or To Each His Own
This week, I received a question via email about the veracity of the common wisdom of not picking up stray kittens. My answer is thus: Let sleeping kittens (and puppies) lie!