Where Do You Stand?

2020 has been, by far, one of the hardest years our country has ever seen. Just as we were starting to be able to breath a little from COVID, our country was shocked by the death of George Floyd.  In the aftermath of his death, there has been a response from this country which I…

I Carry The Memory Of Your Touch With Me

I am simply sending this out to all of those who are missing human touch during these times. For some of us, it’s been months since we have had any form of contact with another human being.  I know for me, someone who is a hugger by nature, I have not even felt another person’s…

Arriving In 30 Minutes

When I got home last night, I was about done.  I was physically and emotionally exhausted.  Between events with my father and some of the frustrating news about, well, you know this whole pandemic thing…I got home just feeling like I had been kicked around most of the week.  My mood was shot and I…

Not All Heros Wear Capes

This post is dedicated to every person in health care working to stop the spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19. Every housekeeper… Everyone working food services… Everyone in linen… Every mechanic… Everyone working supply chain… Every information technology person… Every social worker… Every counselor… Every clerk… Everyone answering the phones… Everyone in billing… Everyone in OT/PT… Every administrator……

Only In New York City

I’m going to be honest, with everything going on with COVID-19, it’s been hard for me to find positive influences for pictures.  So many of my thoughts go to these dark, reclusive and emotionally exhausting images when trying to catch up on my blogging requirements.  I know it’s the fatigue of the long days and…

Country Charms

I’m a southern girl.  I’ve always admitted that.  There are things I love about being from the south and things I hate.  I will say though, we do have our own unique southern quirks. If you took away my own gender identity issues, I would have to say the south is historically very open, personal…