Friendship Karma

Friends, Military Spouse, Uncategorized

Fact: I’m a huge Sex in the City fan. Carrie Bradshaw will always have a place in my heart. There is an episode in particular that I watched, probably for the 100th time as I packed up our home to leave Washington and move to Oklahoma. As the episode ends, Carrie leaves you with another […]

January 2, 2017

Do Not Let Being Politically Correct Dominate Gratitude and Manners

Military Spouse, Politics, Psychology, Race, Uncategorized

There is much to say about ones behaviors and opinions in regards to being politically correct. I live with a divided generation. Half of us walk on pins and needles because the fear of saying something that might be offensive is greater than getting mugged in a parking garage. The other half of us can’t wait […]

November 26, 2016

“This Isn’t Living… It’s Just Not Dying”


When do your natural fears as a parent start to interfere with your child learning how to live?

November 5, 2016