Seven Things I Love (11-2-2020)

Well, tomorrow is it. It’s V-Day. If you haven’t already voted I hope you are planning on doing so. And if you aren’t planning on voting blue across the board, I strongly recommend you watch the John Oliver videos below first before going to the polls. And because this week is such an historic andContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (11-2-2020)”

Seven Things I Love ( 10-19-2020)

1. This Music – I’ve been working on this playlist for a while and although I don’t think it’ll ever be finished, at least I feel it’s good enough to put on my blog. Over twelve hours of my favorite tunes from the past fifty years (with a few outliers from before I was born.)Continue reading “Seven Things I Love ( 10-19-2020)”

Seven Things I Love (10-5-2020): Gastronomical Edition

Okay guys, so I was collecting thing for my upcoming blog post and not only did I have WAY too many but a lot of them seemed to be food related so this week I’m posting two blogs simultaneously. Don’t worry, I don’t think this will be a regular thing. 1. This video showing HowContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (10-5-2020): Gastronomical Edition”

Seven Things I Love (9-21-2020) : RBG Edition

1. This Excerpt from an Op-ed by Ruth Bader, Grade 8B1 which she wrote for her school paper in 1946 at age thirteen (found on brainpickings): Now we have a fifth great document, the Charter of the United Nations. Its purpose and principles are to maintain international peace and security, to practice tolerance, and toContinue reading “Seven Things I Love (9-21-2020) : RBG Edition”

Seven+ Things I Love (9-7-2020): VOTER EDITION

(Sorry guys, had to go over seven things this week. There were just too many things to include. Pour yourself a cup of tea, this is a long one!) 1. Supermajority – “A community for women who want to work together to build economic and political power, organize for gender equity, and transform this country.”Continue reading “Seven+ Things I Love (9-7-2020): VOTER EDITION”

Pay It Forward – Ways to Help During the Pandemic

Growing up I was extremely close to my grandfather. I wasn’t the only person who loved him, Gramps was everybody’s favorite person. He could light up a room, make you feel better when you were blue, make the hurt go away, fix things when it all seemed a big mess. He was an extremely jolly,Continue reading “Pay It Forward – Ways to Help During the Pandemic”