I have a confession, everyone: I've fallen in love. I am 100% twitterpated. What's the name of my new paramour, you ask? Scrivener.
Which movies would someone need to watch to get to know you better? Here are mine.
Friday is finally here! I swear I've been thinking it was Friday since Wednesday. I've got no big plans this weekend, hopefully just getting in some writing time. Inspiration hit me like a ton of bricks yesterday and I've finally picked up the ATFS sequel again! Looking over it yesterday reminded me how excited I am… Continue reading Five Things Friday (#22)
On February 19th, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an executive order that allowed the U.S. military to relocate American citizens of Japanese descent to internment camps.
I am also not saying that men as a group are oppressed or underprivileged. Here’s what I am saying: We as a country are failing our men. By allowing them to act out in violence without consequence, by saying “boys will be boys,” by maintaining a culture that lets them believe they are entitled to a certain amount of success, we are failing them. By expecting them to adhere to a standard of manliness that doesn’t allow for open expression of weakness, emotion, or affection, we are failing them. By encouraging them to look up to men who are violent and emotionless. What else could result from this but disappointment, frustration, and anger?
If music be the food of love, play on.
It's Friday at last! Honesty time: I'm so cranky right now. I overslept and I didn't get to have my morning coffee and I'm feeling angry and bitter and not at all like my sunny self. I guess that's all the more reason to write Five Things Friday -- even on the worst day, there are always at least five things, right?