Hug A Police Officer Today!


In light of the bad publicity given to police officers nationwide, I wanted to shine a light on these individuals that put their lives on the line every day to protect us. Whether we believe in them or not, they are out there day and night and we must respect that. I’d like to share […]

STOP killing our children!

Saying a final goodbye to my grandmother before we fled the war. 
She was in the exact same  shelter I took refuge in as a child.
You can see the pain in all our faces.

Those who know me can tell that I have a free spirit and love all colors, religions, countries. I avoid posting controversial articles. Today, I’m breaking all my rules. As a caring human being, I MUST speak my mind. It’s your right not to agree with my passion for justice, but please don’t send me […]

Karma, Is that you?


I’m so happy to be writing the TToT again after a four-month break. Thanks Lizzi for the tweets inviting me to participate over and over. I’m glad you didn’t give up on me. This week, Karma wins my most thankful and appreciation. She showed up so much earlier than expected. Karma, please tell me you still have […]

Shimmied through my week


Yay! Ten Things of Thankful again hosted by my bloggy friend, Lizzi at Considerings.  I have so much to tell you.  Without boring you with words, I’m going to jump into it. First and most important news, I’m very excited about a new legal team member. I was told by my attorney that I got 3 more depositions coming at […]

Dear Cousin Moe, WHY?


Martin Luther King Day, no school or work for Billy and the kids and the first experience for the family to go with me to Federal prison to visit my cousin Mike whom I adore and admire. A short, heavy, red headed lady sat behind a tall counter filled with forms. She didn’t crack a smile. Her […]

Kick Ass Week!


I wobbled into my house through the garage yesterday after a 12 mile bike ride with my honey. I will call him Billy, the slave driver.  My 13 year old son, Sami was planted at his command post infront of his computer. Sami barely looked at us and politely asked, “did you have a nice ride?” “Some […]

2013 An Interesting Year!


I always get excited when I get the tweet from Lizzi at Considerings to participate in the Ten Things Of Thankful. This time, it’s the Not Ten, but Twelve Things of Thankful. I thought I couldn’t remember what I’ve done throughout the year but what the heck, I’ll give it a shot and see what […]

Ten Things of Thankful

Hair dryer

Since it’s the end of the year and everyone out there is feeling all warm and fuzzy, I decided to join in on the fun of “Ten Things of Thankful” of my friend, Lizzi from Considerings . Thank you for encouraging me to participate and for being a great mentor. Your blog rocks! This week is the last […]

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut squash

Each week I will feature a Go Go Goer’s recipe. Who is a Go Go Goer you might ask? That would be someone that follows and reads my blog. If I feature your recipe, you must share it on your blog,  facebook page, tell all your friends and neighbors about it. Tell all the people at the […]

Make The Holidays Memorable For A Child

garlic man

So, I thought I had a great post written about family and the holidays. I titled it “Holiday Hell”. I wrote about a memorable Thanksgiving dinner where certain family members showed up with garlic necklaces and  sat across from me at the dinner table. I can take a hint.  It’s probably me they have a problem […]