‘Moments in Life’ by Jen Kent

PART 2. To read the original first, click HERE. Wrapped in his arms, we sit on the beach until the sun has completely sunk below the waterline.  The only light coming from the moon shining off the water.  In a former life this is where panic would start to rise but I feel completely at ease with Landon.  We’re comfortable sitting in silence, something I … Continue reading ‘Moments in Life’ by Jen Kent

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How to Help Dems Get the Edge in 2018

It’s no secret that I am no fan of Trump, and with all of his executive orders, it seems that even the Republican-controlled Congress is being pushed aside. But we do need to remember that ‘checks and balances’ do still exist. So one of the ways Dems can get an edge is by winning Congress back. Unfortunately, this will not happen until 2018, but we … Continue reading How to Help Dems Get the Edge in 2018

A Letter to Punxsutawney Phil

Dear Punxsutawney Phil, I’m sure you’ve seen how bad 2016 went, right Phil? You’ve seen our rough start to 2017, isn’t that right, Phil? We need you now more than ever, buck-toothed shadow wizard. Now, I realize that it must be a hard life to not fully have your own identity, since you are probably Punxsutawney Phil #80, but remember that this decision, this little … Continue reading A Letter to Punxsutawney Phil

Artist of the week: Andie Bruce

Andie, a graphic designer, has been making banners for everyone, but specifically those suffering from mental illness, to spread messages of positivity and self-assurance in a modern, visual way after years of her own battle with anxiety and panic disorders. With statistics like 1 in 5 American’s (or 18.5%) experiencing mental illness in a given year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Health, it’s … Continue reading Artist of the week: Andie Bruce