Of Frozen Coke and Nazis…

Hubs decided that we needed frozen cokes (or as we call it in our household, "froke"). Needless to say, there was much whining, tussling, thumb wrestling and various threats to both of our tenderest bits as we tried to foist the task of driving to the store onto the other person. In good time, we resolved it like the grown ups we are by playing Rock Paper Scissors. Which I lost.

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Raise Your Hand If You’ve Been Bullied

I read a blog post today, written by a Pennsylvania photographer, Jen Mcken regarding cyber bullying. She discovered some of her clients were bullying others on Facebook and she canceled their senior photo appointments, sent them emails explaining why and also sent emails to their parents with screen captures of the little angels being vicious.

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Dr. King, Deconstructed

Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.


Today on Martin Luther King Day, I cannot reflect on the hardships people have faced in the faded, dim recollection of the past. I cannot recall the images of hoses and dogs and hatred. Instead, with everything I have read of Dr. King, I am forced to reflect on the urgency of the battles humanity still has to fight.

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