Nobody has ever seen anything like this. If it weren’t for this bad actor, this very rude and terrible reality show host, America would have continued to snooze comfortably in its democratic cradle. America is getting educated like never before. During the Obama era, comedians had to work harder to find material toContinue reading “America is getting educated like never before”
News of the Camp Fire that spread in one hour from 1,000 to 5,000 acres and by the end of the day had wiped out an entire town became too much for me. I noticed I felt compelled to avoid images, and especially video, of flames and people fleeing in terror. The mere mention bringsContinue reading “California Wildfire Survivors One Year Later”
I was a high school sophomore enamored with the ideals of the Jesus People Movement when Fahrenheit 451 first appeared on a reading list in my literature class. I did not even take a peek at it. Instead, I made a special request and was granted permission to read the Bible. Between the age of 15Continue reading “It was a pleasure to burn.”
I absolutely prefer wondering over believing!
This morning while scrolling through the usual headlines, I came upon a sweet surprise: Christina Aguilera bare-faced and more beautiful than ever. Now hang on here, don’t get lost in the new window just yet. Come back! Let’s chat for a sec about minimalism as an artform. Speaking again as if to my grandkids, allow meContinue reading “i♥minimalism”
Art as respite from the messy world of politics.
I put this banner on my balcony to show my neighborhood that I am with the kids, we are marching for our lives today.
These are the core reasons I follow and read news such as this Forbes article about the U.S. Congress proposing a bill to protect medical marijuana from Jeff Sessions.
To Whom It May Concern: Today I actually deleted my Facebook account. Yes, I found the way to do it, thanks to this to this Mashable Tech article that took me around all the Zuckerberg traps of merely “deactivating” (but keeping my data)–all the way to the final question: Do you want to permanently deleteContinue reading “I Deleted My Facebook Account”
After The Fire Today is the 18th Monday since we sat in a hotel watching in horror as our neighborhood burned to the ground, and although we would later count ourselves among the lucky ones because our homes were still standing–we didn’t lose everything–the irony is that we, the #JE44, are the ones who have beenContinue reading “Four Months of Limbo”