Monday, February 19, 2018

Bishop Eddie Long…..Shaking My Head

December 4, 2011 by  
Filed under children, in the news

This man is a true predator. He has ruined so many lives. He has been shown for the sick pervert he is. His wife FINALLY decides to leave him after all these years. And NOW he decides to “take some time off.” CNN reporting: Georgia televangelist Eddie Long told his congregation Sunday that he is […]

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Failure to Report: Penn State in Our Own Communities

November 22, 2011 by  
Filed under children, community, in the news

The Penn State child rape scandal hurts my heart every time I hear more about the horrible details of how Sandusky destroyed the innocence of likely dozens of young boys and betrayed the public trust. But what is also troubling to me is the number of people around him who allegedly witnessed his attacks on […]

Cheaters Never Prosper: Take Your Own SAT Test

September 28, 2011 by  
Filed under children, education

While we’re on the subject of school, we’re reminded that cheaters never prosper. Business Week/Bloomberg reports: Sept. 28 (Bloomberg) — Seven Long Island, New York, students were charged with taking part in a scheme in which six of them paid the seventh to take the SAT college-admissions test on their behalf, prosecutors said. Six current […]

Must Read: President Obama’s Speech to School Kids

September 28, 2011 by  
Filed under children, community, education, obama

Today, President Obama gave his annual back to school speech at Benjamin Banneker High School in Washington, DC. Incredibly endearing was the poised young lady who introduced President Obama. I can’t find her full name. But her first name was Donae and she did such a great job. I think she was the student class […]

Grace and the Special Olympics

August 20, 2011 by  
Filed under children, health and wellness, life

Today I went biking, a new complement to my workout routine. Having been away from it for a couple of weeks, I was huffing and puffing my way through the park trying to get in my (close to) 10 miles. My attitude wasn’t the best. I might have actually been cursing the road under my […]

Adult Supervised Drinking Doesn’t Promote Responsible Drinking

April 28, 2011 by  
Filed under children

Did you grow up with friends that had “cool parents” who would let you drink alcohol as a teen? I did. And I get where most of them were coming from. As a parent, they figured their teens would experiment with alcohol. In order to deter binge drinking and possibly drunk driving, these “cool parents” […]

Little Girls and H E Double Hockey Sticks

February 22, 2011 by  
Filed under children, community

Depending on the week, my Saturday hair appointment can be humorous, excruciating, or freakishly pleasant.  This Saturday’s appointment proved eventful.  It left me more perplexed than anything. While in the shampoo room, a mother was getting her hair washed while her two young children stood and watched (quite loudly, but innocently enough).  The boy and […]

More Black Students Need to Study Abroad

February 22, 2011 by  
Filed under children, education

In Advice for Young Girls Looking for a Way Out, we encourage young women to move outside if their comfort zone and consider studying abroad. So it was refreshing to see universities and colleges recognizing the importance of minority students traveling abroad.  According to NewsOne and the Associated Press: About 81 percent of study-abroad students […]

Reality TV Killing Us

December 20, 2010 by  
Filed under children, in the news

I’m not talking about this in the figurative sense.  It is literally taking lives.  And they should pay. For those who may not have followed the story, several months ago, 7-year old Aiyana Jones was killed by a Detroit Police officer after they stormed into her grandmother’s house….with A&E camera crew in tow to film their […]

Methadone in a Sippy Cup?

November 27, 2010 by  
Filed under children, in the news

This article came across my RSS reader and my heart just sank, and then began hurting. This may not be a question of intent, but it is a question of judgment. Who the hell puts methadone in a sippy cup? And yes, she still needs to rot in jail, if only to make sure she […]

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