6th grade teacher, mom, history buff, believer in peaceful politics!
Transforming the Political Climate of Our Country Through My Private Member Community
As a political science major in the 1990s, I spent numerous classes arguing with professors and other students and was sure that by the end of each year they’d see things my way. I marveled at the students who debated against me with such fervor, and then would ask me [with a handshake and a smile] to go out for coffee afterwards. I’d still be fuming and thinking, I can’t hang out with those people! I took every issue personally, but they did not. By my junior year, I was burnt out, frustrated, and had changed my major.
They're like rainbows, only better...
They’re like rainbows, only better, because they can be touched! Layered all around are tall red gladiolus, miniature lavender lobelia, and pops of lemon-colored lilies in between. Giant hydrangea pom-poms burst from the emerald green of the boxwood. Countless others drape between with streaks of turquoise and burgundy, and ombre blends of yellows that fade into greens.
A Guy and a Girl Walk Into a Beatles Bar ...
No it’s not Cheers, but if you go to The City Club on historic 25th street in Ogden, Utah, someone’s bound to know your name.
In the wake of last year's election, I'm wondering if we need a complete overhaul of how elections are handled in this country; an overhaul that would begin on day one of the primaries. After brainstorming "What if...?" ideas over the past few months with my two “woke” daughters and not-so-woke husband, together we stumbled on an idea.