Your Wake Up Call

I have your wake up call. It’s happening in your town right now and you don’t even know it. I can promise you that if you really looked at the girls in your local shopping malls, the bus stops, and even your own children’s schools you’ll see them. Doctors will…

Twisted Roots

#Reverb15: Day 6 Looking at the thoughts and patterns that may be holding you back from living the life you want, trace back through the generations of your family and see if your beliefs originated generations ago. In 2016, how can you bring healing to these patterns of thought that…

The Youngest Female Aviator

It stands to reason that after teaching for so many years I would have the pleasure of seeing students grow up into amazing young adults who would approach the world with a ferociousness I could only be proud of. I find myself feeling a bit of maternal pride as I…

Changing Frequency

Now that Tea and Madness is published and available I hear one of two predictable questions: What are you working on now? When is the next book coming out? Answering the first question is easy: laundry. I’m working on a whole lot of laundry. As far as the next book…

Duggarville

*****Trigger Warning***** My phone has been chiming from the moment news of a young teenaged Josh Duggar acting “inexcusably¬†for which [he was] extremely sorry and deeply regret[ed]”. My Facebook notifications were flooding with tags to various news articles almost as quickly as texts from various people — all wanting to…

How the Culturally Illiterate Allows Rape Culture

*Contains what some might consider offensive language. I’ve written about rape culture before and actively discuss it online. I recognize that there will be no dramatic change in this arena if for no other reason than it is politically expedient for everyone involved to keep the conversation hostile. Yet, at…