Ferguson Grand Jury decision: Make love, not war

The last week has been one of the most intense in recent memory. I don’t even know where to begin┬áto compartmentalize all my emotions. I have been proud, scared, grateful, annoyed, astounded, incredulous, sad, guilty, maternal, angry. And that’s just on Thanksgiving day spent with my kids and family. This goes down for me as one of the most messed-up Keep reading!

Grand Jury Announcement: Which side are you on?

The Grand Jury Announcement could come any day now I haven’t been blogging as frequently because I’ve been so busy with life. I HATE it when that happens! I’ve been wondering something though. Have I become one of those relatives the other family members are loathe to talk to at family gatherings? Am I so entrenched with my position regarding Keep reading!

A call for civility: Ferguson protest lessons

Ferguson protests Some folks from St. Louis are embarrassed by the spotlight on their community as a place of disgraceful racial unrest. I don’t see it that way. I feel like people are finally talking to one another from both sides of the table. What is being said isn’t always pleasant or easy to hear, but St. Louis was in Keep reading!