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
For some weird reason we only listen to rich people. We cannot even afford to live in our own country, yet we think celebrities have the best insight into social issues. We believe that the wealthy people have the most experience so we take their advice. But do these celebrities know what it’s like to … Continue reading Can We Stop Listening to Rich People? Please?
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)
I guess Zodiac signs are making a comeback, and that is great news for me! I love to guess people’s signs, and most of the time I’m right. So even though there are millions of YouTube videos and blogs on Bustle and ThoughtCatalog, and maybe even a few on Elite Daily that rank the best … Continue reading Three Best (and Three Worst) Zodiac Signs in the Bedroom (Men)
The giving season is upon us and I'm sure that a majority of families are considering adopting puppies and kittens for their loved ones. Unfortunately, some of these families will also return their older animals to the shelter because they are either going on vacation or wanting a kitten or puppy to replace their older … Continue reading Three Reasons To Adopt From A Local Animal Rescue Or Shelter
Rosie was once a kitten and everybody loved her. She was once small and tiny. All watched her play all day. She was little and cute, the first to get adopted. Her new parents loved her and gave her everything she wanted. A ball of yarn, a mouse made of cloth. Rosie once had it … Continue reading Rosie’s Journey: A Short Story About An Older Shelter Cat
Whether you’re a pirate fanatic, a history buff, or someone who just likes to see beautiful cities, then St. Augustine needs to be on your list of places to travel. I was lured in by the fact that it’s a pirate town, and want to go back because of its historic charm. I was fortunate … Continue reading Three Sights You Should See While In St. Augustine
Now I know this book was published in 2003, but I’m not an official Book Reviewer, so I’m reviewing this older gem. If you’re a chick lit fan that loves to engross yourself with the drama of Hollywood living and relationships, then Maneater is the book for you! I absolutely love this novel by Gigi … Continue reading Book Review – Maneater by Gigi Levangie Grazer
If you find yourself thinking about adopting an animal, please read this post first. Many people decide that they want a kitten only to find that it's far too much work to keep them stimulated, and they return the kitten from wherever they got them. One thing to understand is that it's not easy, especially … Continue reading Should I Adopt A Cat Or A Kitten?
I absolutely love Chick Lit. I normally dabble in the Fantasy, Arthurian and Southern Literature genres, but I make it a point to read at least one to two Chick Lit books a year. Preferably poolside or, if I’m lucky, on a beach. And I always fit these books into my GoodReads challenge because they’re … Continue reading Three Chick Lit Books That Need To Be On Your Shelf