I'm sort of a "jack of all trades". I dabble in everything from writing, drawing, painting, singing, dancing, crafting, sewing, fashion design, cooking, baking, makeup art, and more.
Murder in Mt. Pleasant
On February 20, 2015, in Mount Pleasant Texas, Ginger Kesterson called 911 to report that someone had broken into her nieces home. Ginger claimed that her niece, Samantha Wohlford was tied up and gagged and that the knots were so tight, she couldn't even get them loose. Samantha claimed she had wriggled over to where her phone was and used her nose to call her mom and beg for help. Her mom then called her aunt to go over immediately to assist Samantha.
A few days ago a trailer for a new Hulu original movie came up on my Firestick. It was for a movie called False Positive. The trailer was super intriguing and I couldn't wait to watch the movie.
The Cold Blooded Killer with no Remorse
"You're very upfront." "Pretty much." "...about talking about this killing." "Right." "You... you murdered this man?" "Yes." "You tortured him?" "Of course." "There is no ambiguity and there is nothing you wanna- in court today you said you're not here to pretend to be remorseful?" "Of course not, why would I do that?" "Are you remorseful?" "Not at all." "Why?" "Why would I be?"
Everyone's eyes were impatiently watching the last few seconds tick down on the clock. In just a few more moments, the final bell would ring and summer break would officially begin. Sam was more excited than she had been in a long time. As soon as the bell rang, she and her friends would be off to their secret spot on Brighton Lake. This would be their last summer together before starting middle school. Their last adventure before everything was sure to change. Most friendships never lasted once they left elementary school. Middle school would be the start of separate classes and cliques. Sam wasn't ready for that.
The woman who only got 12 years for multiple counts of rape and murder.
Karla Leanna Homolka, also known as Leanne Teale, or Leanne Bordelais, was born on May 4, 1970 in Port Credit, Canada. She was the oldest of three daughters. Karla seemed to be a normal kid. She was pretty, popular, everyone loved her. She was said to love animals and worked in a vet's office. However, she really wasn't as normal as she wanted the world to think. As an adult, Karla would confess to throwing her friend's pet hamster out of a two story window and laughing about it as her friend cried. When she was 17, she went to a pet convention and met the man who would be her husband, Paul Bernardo. Paul was 23 years old and a college student.
"Oh, please, come here sweet kitty!" I called to the tiny Calico stray in the big bush next to our desert apartment in Barstow, California. She was absolutely beautiful and so feisty! I reached into the plastic baggie of cut up steak I'd snuck off of my dinner plate and tried to lure her out. My face was getting scratched with the branches from the bush. My arms were bleeding, I didn't care. I would save this little baby.
To the Bravest Warrior
Dearest Warrior, You saved my life before we ever got to set eyes on each other and you don't even know. You walked through fire with me and made me the woman I am today.
Five shows that you don't have to wait to watch
For as long as I can remember, I have always preferred to live in a fantasy world over reality. Growing up, my favorite kinds of movies and shows were the ones that I wished could be real but never were. My obsession with the unknown started with The Little Mermaid. To this day, my mom still likes to tell me how much I embarrassed her by singing "Part of Your World" at the top of my lungs through the grocery store as a child.