I’ve been watching Oprah since day one ~ way back when she replaced Rob Weller as the host of A.M. Chicago ~ way before there was an international Oprah […]
When I started this website, I never dreamed that 50,000 folks would visit! Wow! I’m humbled ~ especially since the shizza in my life this past year has presented some fierce […]
Karleen Koehler was a bird-lover without equal. She founded Jeepers Cheepers, a sanctuary for birds rescued from neglect and cruelty. Photographer Carole May introduced me to Jeepers Cheepers after I adopted […]
Many Baby Boomers spent Sunday afternoons visiting grandparents on idyllic family farms. This painting was done by my Aunt Mildred. The sheep are my father’s. The barn was his father’s. […]
I thought I’d be celebrating the new year tonight. My humble and obscure little web site hit 12,000 visitors yesterday ~ 2,400 of you in December. Wow! Thank you! I […]
In Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All by Myself, April is a lounge-singer who drinks too much. After her 16-year-old niece Jennifer is almost raped by April’s abusive, married […]
Tyler Perry is having a grand celebration for his 40th birthday. I Can Do Bad All by Myself, his latest Madea movie, opened at number one at the box office on […]
We can all learn from Oprah’s advice to kids and their parents today about how to deal with bullies.
This is the most liberating book I’ve ever read. The author, Marie M. Fortune, helped me debunk and jettison distorted religious teachings that held me prisoner and severely damaged my self-perception. It ignited a feminist spark within me and launched my quest into biblical scholarship.
SARK is one of us. She experienced physical and sexual abuse at the hands of her brother. She adopted the name SARK which stands for Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy.
Today’s post is in a rainbow of colors because that’s how SARK writes her books. They are a riot of colors in SARK’s scrawling handwriting. She beautifully illustrates all her books in ways guaranteed to make you smile.