Where has your money been?
Tackling a genealogy project can be frustrating but the benefits will prevail long after we are gone.
The ebb and flow of life pulls me from my writing but in time, I find my creative stride again.
Last Thursday, Tulsa Community College held a Human Trafficking Awareness presentation. I attended not only as part of my Intercultural Communications class but because of my interest in the topic through The Sad Girl. I was planning on taking a bunch of notes for this post, but it didn’t quite work out that way. As…
Three tips to get you going, all of them things I wish I’d known when I was getting started.
It is what goes on that hardly anyone talks about that makes a church worthy.
In unpacking ideas around my spirituality, labels have eluded me and I’ve resolved it to be a work in progress.
Learn to face your fears and deal with them in a healthy way.
It’s been said that romance is the blaze that flares when the lighter fluid of attraction is lit.
The wonder of family history is that there is always more to learn.
Implementing policy changes, adjusting legislatures and statutes of limitations are ways to address wrongful convictions.
Doing the right thing. That sounds so simple, doesn’t it?
Witnessing my son’s Basic Training graduation was a proud, beautiful moment.
Charity can come from unexpected sources to support the underlying cause.
There are things to be offended by other than a meme on Facebook.
There are five reasons and even more causes that lead to wrongful convictions.