I have been married for forty year. I am a wife, a mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. I have been thinking a lot about what makes a good or bad relationship and I want to share something with you about finding love. Ask yourself, is this really love?(more…) Leave a Comment
A Million Broken Hearts: A Grandmother’s Campaign for the Awareness of Violence and Suicide
The Goal: To put up monuments in communities to bring violence or gun violence and suicide awareness to communities.
The City of Malad, Idaho has approved the monument for victims of violence and suicide to be placed in the Malad City Cemetery and dedicated around Memorial Day in May, 2020.(more…) Leave a Comment
Swearing, Bad Language and The Insulting, Harmful Way People Speak to Each Other
This morning I was at the park, picking cherries, when I heard someone swearing and using profanities. The bad language continued and I figured it was coming from the park restroom, where I could see a mop bucket by the door. This was a Parks and Recreation worker speaking this way, in a public park where preschoolers come with their parents.(more…) Leave a Comment
From the Author of Erase the Problem of Bullying https://jillvanderwood.com/books/erase-the-problem-of-bullying/(more…) Leave a Comment
The content of this article could be disturbing for younger viewers. Reader discretion is advised.
You might not be named Susan, but you know I’m talking to you!
We all share a story of falling in love! Unconditional love. We find a guy who has problems. We think we can change him. Fix him, right?(more…) Leave a Comment
Discover Your Talent
We’re living in a time where, believe it or not, people don’t have hobbies. Think back to when you were young, and you had so many interests. Did a teacher say that you showed promise as a singer, dancer or an artist? Did you write an excellent paper for English class? No doubt, that was your talent. Perhaps a talent you haven’t pursued.(more…) Leave a Comment