Archive for September 2012

A reunion to remember: Harrison High School's classes of 1939 - 1970

A reunion to remember: Harrison High School's classes of 1939 - 1970
Sunday I was fortunate enough to attend my father’s high school reunion. For him, a 1950 graduate of Harrison Technical High School (on the West Side of Chicago, closed in the 70′s) 62 years has flown by all too quickly. With classes as far back as 1939 in attendance, I was excited and curious to... Read more »

Kate Middleton's topless photos: Leave the girl and her boobs alone

Kate Middleton's topless photos: Leave the girl and her boobs alone
Once upon a time there was a beautiful girl named Kate. And Kate had boobs that no one cared about, except Prince William maybe, but no one paid too much attention to them. Then the common girl married the Prince and became a Duchess. And apparently that meant her boobs were to become really important.... Read more »

9/11 blogging: important, necessary and cathartic

9/11 blogging: important, necessary and cathartic
I am not a reporter. I would like to consider myself somewhat of a journalist although there are those that would argue. I am simply a blogger that enjoys writing about things I find interesting, things that upset me or that I find humorous and just life in general. There are times however that I... Read more »
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Election 2012: Never such a division amongst the masses

Election 2012: Never such a division amongst the masses
Yesterday I posted this on my Facebook page: “I always have thought Facebook is a fun place to connect with old friends, etc. Definitely not a platform for political rants, arguments and religiously inflamed comments. Two things I was taught as a child to never discuss if you want peace: Religion and politics. I’ll always... Read more »

My bullies: Seen, confronted, peace.

My bullies: Seen, confronted, peace.
Last October I was asked to write a guest post for my fellow blogger Carrie Goldman. Carrie, author of  ”Portrait of an Adoption” has recently released her first book, “Bullied: What Every Parent, Kid and Teacher need to know about ending the cycle of fear”, (Available on Amazon.com). It was Carrie who first encouraged me to... Read more »