Blitz Q #182: Which part (of the cheating) was the “mistake”?

This is a question I'd love to ask when it comes to infidelity. How many times has the story come about, in movies, Reddit stories, anecdotes, etc.? Someone comes home, hears noises/music, follows it, finds their significant other in bed with another person. And then the cheater says something like: "Omg, omg, omg, I'm sorry, … Continue reading Blitz Q #182: Which part (of the cheating) was the “mistake”?

Q#119– What is going through the mind of a person who is arguing with another in public, and then pulls out a gun?

This one is bothering me for a lot of reasons. It makes me sad to think of the injuries and deaths occurring because of gun violence, naturally. More than that, it makes me very annoyed and afraid that this seems to pop up at least once a week on the local news. Just this morning … Continue reading Q#119– What is going through the mind of a person who is arguing with another in public, and then pulls out a gun?

The Power of Prayer (for the no-longer-religious)?

I was amending my goals list on my tracking site (food intake, exercise, mental health, etc.) and was about to put down "pray at least one time a day." But I stopped, because it hit me: who exactly was I praying to, or what? I'm looking for another job again. The first few ideas didn't … Continue reading The Power of Prayer (for the no-longer-religious)?

The Lost Boy: A Foster Child’s Search for the Love of a Family, by Dave Pelzer

My Copy: 9781558745155 (image from amazon.com) I hadn't read this one before now, and am glad I picked it up. For the longest time, I thought A Child Called "It" was the only story told. It took me a few years to realize the story continued, and so did the struggle. While one might be … Continue reading The Lost Boy: A Foster Child’s Search for the Love of a Family, by Dave Pelzer