Monthly Archives: May 2013

Conspiracies Left and Right

So, there actually are a couple of things that both of our political parties can agree on.  The IRS can’t be trusted to do their jobs and the Attorney General can’t be trusted to do his either.   Even more interesting … Continue reading

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Weekend Special – Memorial Day

Hello Friends. This weekend is Memorial Day weekend. Officially, Monday is the actual holiday, being the last Monday of the month (of May). Most people know it’s a day of remembrance for our fallen and deceased soldiers. Most also know … Continue reading

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Jodia Arias’ 19 Minutes of Nothing

I expected more, didn’t you?  Jodi Arias is supposed to have an IQ that rivals Einstein’s.   She, or her defense team, made us wait for days to hear her statement to the jury and what we got was 19 minutes … Continue reading

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Sunday Special

Hi folks… This may seem a random post but it isn’t. People who are friends on FB will probably have noticed that today (May 19) is a birthday. It isn’t my birthday, that’s New Year’s Eve. It happens to be … Continue reading

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American Idol – Final Two – Let’s wrap this up

Welcome back Idol fans. We’re finally at the end of this ride and the best public news I heard on the entire show, Randy is leaving. No More Yo Dawg, In it to win it, or Sing the phonebook. Does … Continue reading

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reven8e – Truth

“Darkness scares us. We yearn for the comfort of light as it provides shape and form allowing us to recognize, to define what’s before us. But what is it we’re afraid of, really? Not the darkness itself, but the truth … Continue reading

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Imelda and Me

This year I realized I have been a mom half of my life.  I vividly remember the deer in the headlights panic when my child was about three weeks old.  The realization that I was not babysitting and no one … Continue reading

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