Monthly Archives: December 2016

I Do! ….Eventually!

Love is in the air and yule tide blessings are taking form in many engagement rings! I’ve seen numerous posts recently of friends or friends of friends getting engaged this Christmas and it is truly awesome! I LOVE, love!! There is something so heartwarming about seeing two people, whether fresh in it or well-seasoned, so engulfed in each other. Marriage, to most, is a sacred bond between two souls that is supposed to last for eternity. The history of marriage has shown us that the necessity of it has transformed so much but the due-process for it has still remained relatively the same.  It’s around this time, when “love is in the air” that those around us that have been previously intoxicated with loves tantalizing aroma will usually inquire to those of us that are single, in committed relationships, or otherwise unmarried folks with the age old question:

“ So, when are you going to settle down and get married?”  Continue reading I Do! ….Eventually!

A Slice Of Selflessness

It’s the holiday season – a time where kindness and generosity are typically in abundance and we are more willing to bestow blessings onto others. It is for that very reason, the holidays are my favorite time of year.  Personally, I love reading stories or articles about random acts of kindness during any time of the year, but I especially love it when the story involves someone I know.  It is my honor to present a truly amazing story that involves my best friend, Adrianna Bolles. Continue reading A Slice Of Selflessness

Cyber Bullying

“When life is so burdensome, death has become a sought after refuge.”

My heart hurts. Today I read an article about an 18 year old girl that committed suicide in front of her family today, all because she endured months and months of being bullied at school and online. According to the reports, her bullies even created fake online profiles of her while claiming she was soliciting sex online.   How sick is this?!  Who gave these little assholes the right to terrorize this child to death? Continue reading Cyber Bullying