Three Ways to Maintain Sanity (and to grow as a person) During This Chaotic Time

I am sure everyone knows that there is a pandemic going around. A virus that  has put the entire world on hold. Since most of us have not lived through a pandemic, we are probably feeling lost and afraid. We go from having to be somewhere most of the time, to having to be nowhere … Continue reading Three Ways to Maintain Sanity (and to grow as a person) During This Chaotic Time

The Narrow Road Home by Robin Sheridan

Entry #1: The Swimming Hole The beaten dirt path was inconspicuous to say the least. I’d already ridden past it several times that day and paid it little mind. I was too focused on the gleaming white concrete road that hugged the winding canal. Perfect smooth sailing for my most trusted road companion, my folding, … Continue reading The Narrow Road Home by Robin Sheridan

POEM: One Day

I always tell myself “one day” To help keep me sane I always tell myself “one day” Someone will gently say my name I always tell myself “one day” Someone will love me enough to hold me I always tell myself “one day” There will be two arms wrapped around me I always tell myself … Continue reading POEM: One Day

Three Reasons Why We Should All Respect and Admire Philip Rivers

For those of you who haven’t heard of Philip Rivers, he is the quarterback for the Los Angeles Chargers (formerly San Diego Chargers). Now I know that the Chargers aren’t the best team in the league, and I may be a bit biased because I’m a Chargers fan, but Philip Rivers is truly something special. … Continue reading Three Reasons Why We Should All Respect and Admire Philip Rivers

The Most Important Issue Facing Americans (And it’s probably not what you think)

We may think that Tom and Nick getting married in Minnesota is our biggest issue. We may even think that women who seek abortions are criminals who deserve to be in jail. We even believe that the rise in the transgender population is either the real savior or the real downfall of American society. But … Continue reading The Most Important Issue Facing Americans (And it’s probably not what you think)