Nov. 19, 2022 Today is Saturday and it's Pepper Day, so this is my bonus post. Since it's a weekend, I half-hoped that bloggers don't see this post and half-hoped that they do. Earlier this week, I read an article from NPR that I felt compelled to share. The article is about the physical, emotional,… Continue reading Toll on Prisoner Execution Teams
In 10 Years’ Time, will you be Proud of what you’re doing Now?
Nov. 19, 2022 Today's post features another random question of the day. In 10 years' time, will you be proud of what you're doing now? In 10 years' time, I will be proud of what I'm doing now. I am an educator in real life and teaching is a form of investment; I invest in… Continue reading In 10 Years’ Time, will you be Proud of what you’re doing Now?
Upon hearing an acquaintance was injured from a fall and had to have surgery, I offered to make an upcycled art piece for her. I learned that she liked green and yellow and would prefer to have the art piece stand. With these conditions, I got to work. The scene I ended up making had… Continue reading Fairy Garden
A frown fixed upon my face. I do not speak. If I speak, The demon inside slashes with uncontrolled fury, Words loud like cuts on the wrist. I cannot take them back; I will not take them back. My silence The only thing keeping the peace. Our turmoil is tearing me apart from the inside. … Continue reading Final Breath
Don’t be a Statistic, Minimize your Risk
Late last month, I posted a more positive post persuading readers to not gather for Thanksgiving and upcoming holidays. In the coming days, millions of people traveled for Thanksgiving, exceeding airports' expectations, not to mention those who traveled by car, and ignoring health officials' guidance. It's clear that the number of cases have continued to… Continue reading Don’t be a Statistic, Minimize your Risk