With the new year being just a little over five hours away, it’s time to reflect and look back on how intense 2018 was. Many changes came my way this year, including a lot of ‘firsts’. So much of it literally seems like it was just yesterday, I’m actually in shock that it has all passed by so quickly. Literally at the beginning of 2018, … Continue reading Bringing in 2019!
I haven’t been on my website much, at least not posting blogs. I have been, however, loading a lot of quick facts on my quick facts page. But there’s a reason why I haven’t done much, and I’m really going to open up about it. I’ve started a job back at the beginning of the year, working as a dayside manager at a convenient store, … Continue reading 3 Month Disappearance
All we hear about in the news today is all of these female stars coming forward about sexual harassment, and what they have endured from their male colleagues. Over fifty cases have been filed since Weinstein! Seth Meyers took an oath to address Hollywood’s sexual harassment scandals during Sunday night’s 75 annual Golden globes ceremony. He gave one hell of a speech: “Good evening ladies … Continue reading Black Out at the 2018 Golden Globes
Last month, on November 26th, the Honduran elections took place, and after many widespread irregularities within the bitter contested voting process, it was released to the public that president Juan Orlando Hernandez was the winner by nearly 50,000 votes. The Organization of the American States (OAS) made a statement that the process did not meet democratic standards and called for a fresh count. But with … Continue reading Chaos Within Honduras
I’m SO VERY excited to announce the return of the 80’s/90’s hot sitcom, Roseanne, which will be airing March 27, 2018, marking it officially 30 years after the very first episode aired, back in 1988! If you’re a true fan like me, then you probably own the entire series on dvd… like me! Roseanne hit center stage, rocking out our televisions for 10 years, portraying … Continue reading 30 Years of Roseanne!
Earlier today, an Amtrak train going 80 mph, derailed from tracks around 30 mph curve in Washington state. The train derailed in DuPont, Washington, which is south of Seattle, killing three passengers . The train’s speed along with the posted speed limit will most likely be the key points for the federal accident investigators. When the train derailed, it caused several cars to plunge off … Continue reading Washington Amtrak Derailment
Two of Hollywood’s most iconic women, one stage, one performance. During the American Music Awards, or AMA’s, world renown pop icon, Christina Aguilera took to the center stage to perform Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’. For those of you who do not know who Whitney Houston is, she was one of the most iconic singers of her time. She rocked it from the … Continue reading AMA’s, Christina & the Whitney Tribute
At the bottom of this page, you will find a link to a story about a transgender man names Casey Hoke, who went through some horrid harassment during his time at DuPont Manual High School, right here in the heart of Louisville Metro. He was a senior back in 2015 when his principal, Jerry Mayes, saw him coming out of the men’s bathroom, confronted him, … Continue reading A Transgender’s Horrid High School Story
I’m sure everyone has heard about the poor young woman who was constantly terrorized at her university dorm. It happened just a couple of days ago and it has already taken the internet by storm! Imagine going to school to further your life and future career with other young adults who have the same ambitions, & end up being so disrespected, discriminated, and degraded solely … Continue reading Hartford not so Innocent
Yesterday, two things happens across the globe. The fist was a beautiful march in London, where thousands of muslims marched to denounce Islam and terrorism. What really moves me is that, this in fact shows that just because a small group of people in an organization is bat shit crazy, doesn’t mean everyone in said organization is crazy. But what also saddens me is, the … Continue reading A Sunday Breach
The devastation is high across the entire Atlantic seaboard. Continue reading Hurricane Harvey
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