Did You Get ‘Woke’?

I had charts, dates, names, links, more charts, historical references... more bull shit than you could wade through in a month ready to go in an ‘awesome’ post. I would “teach” and I would “preach” and I would present factual data until I could prove to you that I am right. I could show you... Continue Reading →

RIP

My mom passed away today. I will be taking a break to attend to family matters.

Minneapolis

This was my home. This is where I lived... This is what a protest looks like I've been told... This is justice for George Floyd I've been told. I've been told, supposedly schooled, even screamed at. But. I don't see justice. I know what I see. THIS is not justice. I wonder what you will... Continue Reading →

The Time to Pause

Recently, I returned to blogging after a short hiatus. While I was absent from blogging, the coronavirus enveloped the country... the world, in fact. People are unemployed, losing their homes, having a difficult time even maintaining the essential home grocery and cleaning items. The saddest part, people are dying. Does anyone know what to do?... Continue Reading →

1963

In 1963, Martin Luther King delivered the following speech... I hope you take the time to really read this iconic peace of literature in its entirety. We remember you, Martin Luther King Jr. ~Kim

Have You Ever Been Happy Sad?

Does this make sense? Have you ever been happy and sad at the same time? Happily sad? Thinking of memories, some make you sad, but you are still happy to have these memories. That's where I find myself at this moment. I am happy sad... Currently, I am at our family lake home. This is... Continue Reading →

Memorial Day (My Brother, My Soldier)

My brother passed away on the United States Army Base in San Antonio, Texas, at the Brooke Army Medical Center on August 18, 2003. He was 37. He loved the Army, serving his country... ~~~ My Brother, My Soldier . We are so far from home, he and I. Engulfed in a land so foreign... Continue Reading →

Mind Field Monday (The Hubby’s Note)

I woke up and found this little post-it note on my desk planner. (A song from my hubby.) He has a way of reaching me when I am vacant. You are the Reason by Calum Scott & Leona Lewis; https://youtu.be/5jFHG0VUE9M ~Us.

Engage.

I made soup! I made soup. Cabbage roll soup. It is delicious and freezes up in smaller portions very well ... the point is, I am trying to re-engage in life. Healing from pneumonia that I have takes weeks, sometimes months. This virus has caused my fibromyalgia to flare with a vengeance. The fatigue itself is overwhelming.... Continue Reading →

Before I Tripped Over a Stone, Fridays, #22

(Previous Fridays post, Before I Tripped, #21) I had arrived in Seattle and landed my first job. The job I had been formally educated to do. I was hired to be the Assistant Director of one of the largest Work Releases in Seattle, Washington. If I told you I was not nervous, I'd be lying,... Continue Reading →

Trust Me, Eat the Monkey.

I had a friend tell me that she used to trust anyone that could write a prescription. So did I. Trust. That is a big word. Those five little letters in a row can be life-altering. Do you trust me? Do I trust you? Trust is a knife wrapped with a bow. A gift that can... Continue Reading →

Before I Tripped Over a Stone, Fridays #21

If you'd like to catch up, please go to; Before I Tripped #20 Amy and I had everything packed. Two cars completely full, Amy's 2 cats, and we each had a walkie-talkie; purple with yellow buttons. We would drive from Minneapolis to Seattle over a span of 3 days. Amy had gone to Triple AAA, and... Continue Reading →

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