A Letter to my Daughter, on this Most Historic Day: Kamala Harris, a Woman of Color is Madam Vice President!

Today, was the Inauguration of the 46th president of the United States. While that’s significant, it’s not usually earth-shattering in my world. But this time it’s different. This time there’s hope on the horizon.  “We see the first woman in American history elected to the national office, Vice President Kamala Harris. Don’t tell me thingsContinue reading “A Letter to my Daughter, on this Most Historic Day: Kamala Harris, a Woman of Color is Madam Vice President!”

3 life lessons from Disney’s SOUL to take into 2021

  We can all admit 2020 was a special kind of year, one some wish we could have passed over, written off or or slept through.  With rampant pandemic cases, record-breaking unemployment and economic troubles all around but what if there was another option?  On December 25, Soul, a new movie by Disney and Pixar,Continue reading “3 life lessons from Disney’s SOUL to take into 2021”

Do You Miss Your Imagination?

I don’t know about you but I sometimes sit and marvel at my daughter while she plays. She sings and plays pretend, tells herself stories and walks around the bedroom with a blanket wrapped like a cape.  When was the last time you delved into such imagination?  I don’t even remember the last time IContinue reading “Do You Miss Your Imagination?”

This US Election Season Created Conversations I wasn’t Ready for but I am Grateful Still.

“This is the first presidential election I have ever been interested in,” my husband said to me this morning. You know what that means, I had to explain the complicated electoral college and popular vote, and all of the details of the voting process to a man who was born and raised in a country,Continue reading “This US Election Season Created Conversations I wasn’t Ready for but I am Grateful Still.”