I’ve never been a fan of Sunday – it seems most of the world is caught in obligations to attend church, prepare food and go back to work on Monday. I have appreciated Sunday evenings b/c I rarely had to work during that time and it seemed like a good opportunity to simply rest –
Daily Prompt: You have 15 minutes to address the whole world live (on television or radio — choose your format). What would you say? “Dear World, Please read my blog. There’s a reason why I opted for this media to share my thoughts and insight rather than accepting 15 minutes of fame and a microphone. Thank
Daily Prompt: Hear No Evil Tell us about a conversation you couldn’t help but overhear and wish you hadn’t. One day, I attended an early morning work meeting (this was awhile ago) and made casual conversation with the others in attendance by sharing an anecdote about the gas company waking Ledcat and me up super
The Prompt: You get to choose one superpower. Pick one of these, and explain your choice: the ability to speak and understand any language the ability to travel through time the ability to make any two people agree with each other I would select language because it would create the most opportunity to do good
Play It Forward and Toys for Tots are open & welcoming to LGBTQ families. If you have an experience that reflects otherwise, please let me know so I can pass it along. LGBTQ families can also approach the GLCC for some outerwear items, but no toys or gifts at this time. Note: Play It Forward
City Councilman Ricky Burgess believes – nay, insists – that the next President of City Council be a person of color. And he’s willing to step up to the challenge. Burgess notably the only member of that body who refuses to sign the Pridefest Proclamation because Pride is too “sexualized” has also historically ignored the
When I worked for a foster care agency, it used to break my heart that the teens were often lost in the system. And as the person who organized the holiday projects, it fell to me to figure out how to solicit donations appropriate for their age group. This is not easy. Most programs are
The Prompt: If you had to switch your first name, what name would you choose and why? My full name is Susan Rebecca Rachel Kerr. I was named after my mother’s sister (Susan) and an alleged great-great grandmother (Rebecca.) Legend has it that my mother wanted to name me Rebecca Susan and call me Becky Sue.