My Thoughts This Morning [Friendship]

I've [always] known how powerful the bond of friendship can be. At some point during my twenties, I came to the realization that friendship is much stronger than marriage, boyfriend/girlfriend, or any other relationship that begins from physical attraction. Anything that is based on sex, the goal of sex, or physical attraction in general, lacks … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [Friendship]

My Thoughts This Morning [Protecting The Helpless]

While watching the news this morning, I learned The Boy Scouts of America will be filing for bankruptcy. Why are they filing for bankruptcy: Multiple sexual molestation lawsuits. There are a few Violations of The Universe that I will never have an ounce of patience for. Of these boundary infractions, taking the innocence of a … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [Protecting The Helpless]

My Thoughts This Morning [The Nightshift]

First and second sleep. Segmented sleep. Bi-phasic sleep. All terms to describe something very few Americans do these days. Up until the end of the nineteenth century, most Americans would split their sleep into two different periods of time, with a 1-3 hour window of activity in between. Possible activities included: Sewing, reading, sex, and … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [The Nightshift]

My Thoughts This Morning [Honesty Times]

Honesty Times Yesterday, somebody told me they [appreciate my honesty]. Hearing others refer to my ability to speak the truth, write the truth, and think the truth, has been the standard for some time. Once again, I'm not patting myself in the back, I'm simply prepping the reader for the [wammy]. I used to be … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [Honesty Times]

My Thoughts This Morning [A Hand Up, Not A Hand Out]

Title: You Can Do This [Taken from The Adams County Drug Court Newsletter] I spend a lot of time thinking about The Adams County Drug Court and the incredible job they do. What a difficult task, identifying drug addicts currently incarcerated who are capable of both completing, and graduating from the program. Somehow I've managed … Continue reading My Thoughts This Morning [A Hand Up, Not A Hand Out]