Every single year for more years than I can remember, Fall has been an incredibly frantic time for me. This year is no exception. In fact, it's a little more insane than usual. I am currently directing two productions - one staged and one murder mystery, working full-time, trying to secure a mortgage so we … Continue reading Another Fall Frenzy
Hello, free time! I'm in the after frenzy lull and enjoying it. I have had time to watch some Hallmark movies (I'm a total sap), time to think a bit, and time to catch up on what's happening in the world. I have read about one famous person after another being accused of sexual assault, … Continue reading After the Frenzy…
Football season has kicked off officially as of this past Thursday evening when the University of Delaware and Delaware State University faced off at UD. My husband and I were there to watch UD beat Del State and win the Governor's Cup again. We also had the opportunity to see a friend of our's daughter … Continue reading Football Season & Me
Just 47 minutes early of arriving exactly on her due date, our first grandchild, Gracie Rose, entered this world. None of us have been the same since. It's another person to love unconditionally and we all couldn't be more excited! My eyes have been leaking quite a bit this week, but all with pure joy. … Continue reading I’m a Nana Now
I wasn’t always a fan of President Obama, but I cannot say the man wasn’t a good president. This list I have seen on many valid news sites as well.
The sentence I hear most from well-meaning, conservative friends since President Trump’s election is this: “We suffered 8 years under Barack Obama.”
Fair enough. Let’s take a look.
The day Obama took office, the Dow closed at 7,949 points. Eight years later, the Dow had almost tripled.
General Motors and Chrysler were on the brink of bankruptcy, with Ford not far behind, and their failure, along with their supply chains, would have meant the loss of millions of jobs. Obama pushed through a controversial, $8o billion bailout to save the car industry. The U.S. car industry survived, started making money again, and the entire $80 billion was paid back, with interest.
While we remain vulnerable to lone-wolf attacks, no foreign terrorist organization has successfully executed a mass attack here since 9/11.
Obama ordered the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden.
He drew down the number…
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When the term "white privilege" first was being tossed around, I found it offensive. What do you mean I'm privileged? I was barely making ends meet. I didn't understand why I was lumped into this group. Though it's a little late in the day, I'm awake now. I now understand that it's a reality. And … Continue reading I’m Awake Now
In 12 days I get back into the whirlwind of auditions, rehearsals, set build, performances and set strike and I can't wait! If I could move up the auditions a week I would as I am that pumped to get started! The audition process is an interesting beast. For the actors it is pure stress. … Continue reading Looking Toward The Theatrical Future
The title may sound overly dramatic, but this topic recently popped up on my Facebook feed and I thought it was worth thinking about for me. So I've come up with a working list of things that keep me going when life is difficult to handle - in no particular order. (Disclaimer - this is … Continue reading What Makes Life Worth Living?
A friend of mine recently posted a blog regarding the blatant bullying that has been on display in the reality show, Big Brother 19. I have posted commentary on Facebook regarding the bullying they've been showing and the complacency of the producers to allow such bullying. And though Big Brother 19 … Continue reading Bullying – Now A Prime Time Sport?
I live in the city of Wilmington. That's probably where things went wrong right from the get-go. I will admit that some of the outskirts of Wilmington are nice, but within the city limits is another thing. Let's start with the violence: Incidents by year (Latest incident: Jul. 30, 2017) Annual Total Year-to-date (Jan. 01 - … Continue reading City Living Is Not All It’s Supposed to Be