A Posthumous Tribute
You died! Damn it, you died. And while I acknowledge the event must have been catastrophic for you, neither was it a great delight for me. You see, there are a few things that I wanted to say to you that the nature of our fractured relationship prevented me from saying during your living years.
John Williams was soon to become a kidnapper. How the thought of it reviled him. Even though he’d made the decision weeks ago, he was only now coming to terms with the reality of it. Who would have guessed that he, a law-abiding paragon of virtue, would be planning on kidnapping his own children? It was virtually inconceivable and yet it was just what he was going to do.
Dance With Me
Back in 1963 when Martin Luther King delivered his famous “I have a dream speech”, I was nothing more than a twinkle in my parents’ eyes. I would come to learn about the profound content of the speech in later years and even though I had never been the victim of racism or oppression, I fervently supported Dr. King’s dream.
All the colors of kindness
Hometown Heroes Heroes come in many different shapes and sizes. Mine is a 6’3”, 200 pound gentle giant who just happens to be my husband. He probably wouldn’t characterize himself as a “hero”. After all, he doesn’t routinely run into burning buildings to rescue people or perform life saving operations. To my knowledge, he’s saved only one life - mine - and I probably don’t say it enough, but I owe him a debt of gratitude a lifetime cannot repay..
Killing Yourself With Carbs
I know someone with diabetes. Heck, I know ten someones with diabetes and I’m sure you do too. That’s because in the past 30 years, diabetes rates have tripled to 347 million worldwide. You might wonder what caused this epidemic of disease and this is where the story gets interesting.
The Big Picture
Keeping it RAW Photography is a big topic to cover. Then again taking pictures and video is a day to day activity for most of us. We do it because it's fun. It's a way for us to freeze moments in time so we can look back later at important events or use them as a nostalgic time machine; a way to jog our memories and travel back to simpler happy times and happy family gatherings.