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How Violence Breeds More Violence

Today, as I was scrolling through my newsfeed, a woman commenting on the Valentine’s Day mass shooting in the US said, “Another shooting and I feel nothing.” 1,536 more words



I came at three, the meeting mandatory
Walked the tiny path to the back door
A black garbage bag, full, crammed, untied
Dripping on to the yard, iced tea bottles with no lids… 126 more words


A Weekend in Blowing Rock, NC

One of my favorite things about living in Raleigh is our close proximity to the beaches and mountains of North Carolina; no matter the season, it feels like we are just a short road trip away from a new adventure. 1,059 more words

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When Liberals Attack Traditional SAHMs

There is a toxic thread going around of so-called Catholic women, denouncing those who choose to be SAHMs.

I did not even join in the thread or address the commenters. 787 more words


Blacks Are Happier Than Whites

And now that I have your attention, let us begin.

“American Blacks are more optimistic than American Whites” – that was the headline of THIS ARTICLE… 2,071 more words


The Invisible God Who Sees Me

God is the remembered one. But this does not mean we are forgotten—not by him. Not by a long shot. In fact, being remembered by him means we no longer fear being forgotten by the world. 1,658 more words

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Felt Cloth Artists

My usual Monday positivity was a bit shaky this morning when I woke up and remembered that day-care is closed. But in honor of MLK Jr., I thought I would make this day all about doing new things and celebrating love, freedom and equality for all. 368 more words

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