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300 police officers attend kindergarten graduation

300 police officers attend kindergarten graduation

Tatum Raetz graduated from kindergarten this week, just three days after her police officer father was killed while investigating a drunk driving case. Nearly 300 uniformed officers attended the graduation to show support for Tatum. They lined up on the sidewalk outside the school to greet Tatum and her mother as they arrived for the … Continue reading

Westboro Baptist Church coming to Alabama

I’ve always said that if they ever came anywhere near my home to protest, I would like to do something cool like this to stop them. The Westboro Baptist Church has announced plans to picket at the University of Alabama on May 18 to “remind them of the wrath of God that visited them two years … Continue reading

Tim McGraw Explores the Dangers of Texting and Driving in Powerful ‘Highway Don’t Care’ Video With Taylor Swift & Keith Urban

Tim McGraw Explores the Dangers of Texting and Driving in Powerful ‘Highway Don’t Care’ Video With Taylor Swift & Keith Urban <—- Link to watch the video! Sorry about my technical difficulties y’all. I’m not computer savvy.  Even if country music isn’t your cup of tea, this song is still worth listening to. (Although I personally loved the song even before I saw the video.) The plot of the ‘Highway Don’t Care’ video features a bereft … Continue reading

We Should Split the Sack

Today’s post will be brief, because spring break is coming to a close and I have been amazingly unproductive. But I’ll do better next week 🙂 Why does the soul not fly when it hears the call? Why does a fish, gasping on land, but near the water, not move back into the sea? What … Continue reading

Women’s Leadership and Love

 ”Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” — Rumi To be a leader, one must truly feel what others are feeling. To be a leader, one must be able to truly love those she leads. How do … Continue reading


Listen, and feel the beauty of your separation, the unsayable absence. There is a moon inside every human being. Learn to be companions with it. Give more of your life to this listening. As brightness is to time, so you are to the one who talks to the deep ear in your chest. I should … Continue reading

To Live as I Dance

Dance when you’re broken open. Dance when you’ve torn the bandage off. Dance in the middle of fighting. Dance in your blood. Dance when you’re perfectly free. Struck, the dancer hears a tambourine inside her, like a wave that crests into foam at the very top, Begins. Maybe you don’t hear that tambourine, or the … Continue reading

Very Inspiring Blogger Award

I was very surprised this morning to receive the Very Inspiring Blogger Award nomination from  Ajaytao 2010. Check out his blog; there are many beautiful pictures and very inspiring quotes.  Thank you, Ajaytao 2010! The rules of the award are as follows: Rules: 1. Link back to the blogger who nominated you.  Accomplished in paragraph one. 2. Post the award image … Continue reading

Cards for Ethan

Ethan, the little boy who is still being held in an underground bunker, will turn six years old next week. Our local communities want to help in any way possible, so a birthday card project has been launched called, “Cards for Ethan.” It’s something that everyone from all around can come together as a family and … Continue reading