Dear #NeverBiden Progressives, What exactly are you hoping to accomplish here?
Excerpt from Driftwood Chapter 5.
After a huge fight with my mom, a police officer took me to a children’s shelter. The intake worker told me the only way i’d leave is jail, a mental hospital, or a group home if i was lucky.
I don’t know why, but for some reason I feel the need to quantify my postings of excerpts from Driftwood before I post any. The long and the short of it is that every now and then things pop up in society that are relevant to something either I or my friends experienced either inContinue reading “Driftwood Stories #Driftwood”
Originally Posted July 2016.
Lionsgate released the character posters or the new Power Rangers movie. LOL at the casting switch-ups!!!! I guess someone caught on that having the black guy be the Black Ranger and the Asian girl be the Yellow Ranger wasn’t exactly kosher.
Originally posted July 2016,
While our attention to bad drugs may be fleeting, no one would ever stand up and say it’s wrong to not trust or even fear the pharmaceutical industry. No one justifies dangerous drugs by saying “but most drugs are safe.”
Originally Posted June 2016
Reading Louise Linton’s story, I was reminded of my own gap year spent in Amherst, Massachusetts in 2007. I was a naive girl from Atlanta who went there to help some of the world’s smuggest people.
Originally Published July 5th 2016
I knew from a very young age that I wanted to work in TV. It just made sense. My first babysitters were Aunt B (Andy Griffith) and Scott Baio (Charles in Charge). My preschool education came at the hands of Square 1, Beakman’s World, and Wishbone.