Activism, Writing

A Poem for Parkland

I’ve been having trouble articulating my emotions after another senseless school shooting, so I wrote this poem for Parkland. Sometimes the written world is the only power I feel like I have in this world. For Parkland Drills of ducking under desks and cowering for cover. Blood spatter and bullet holes shed for empowering. A… Read More A Poem for Parkland

Entertainment, Movies

“I, Tonya” is a Timely Observation of Truth

America’s renegade versus America’s sweetheart. Even the most casual observer of figure skating knew the names Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan back in the ’90s. Families were glued to their TV screens as the scandal of Kerrigan’s assault exploded just before the Olympics. Did her husband act alone? How much did Harding really know? Those… Read More “I, Tonya” is a Timely Observation of Truth

Best of the Month, Books, Entertainment, Parenting

Stay Lit: 10 Festive Children’s Books To Read This December

The nights are getting longer, and the weather is getting colder as we approach the end of the year. Fortunately, there’s plenty to celebrate during this chilly season. It’s the perfect time of year to cozy up with your children and ready stories about the history and traditions behind the holidays we celebrate each year.… Read More Stay Lit: 10 Festive Children’s Books To Read This December