It’s mental health awareness month and as a result, we should share our stories and own our stuff. According to the State of Maine, I have a ‘mental disorder’ and by law must have a psychiatrist sign off that I am taking medications and seeking treatment regularly in order to keep my driver’s license. At … More May is Mental Health Awareness Month and I Pledge to Change Perceptions and Stop the Stigma
We stayed at the Mediterranean Honeymoon Romeo and Juliet Oceanview Penthouse One Bedroom Butler Suite at Sandals Grande Antigua located along the coastline of Dickenson Bay near St. John’s. It was an incredible experience. I included this Dirty Dancing video because not only do I love this dance but I love this song, and this … More Sandals Grande Antigua: “I had the time of my life and I owe it all to you”
I am not a Amy Schumer fan by any stretch of the imagination especially after she sold herself out to the ‘feminists’ of today. She caved to the political pressure of the ‘women’s movement’ and lost my respect big time. Unfortunately, the movement has become one of all that matters is women and we don’t … More What Happens When a Rape is Reported in the Military?
I am still reeling from the impact this potentially dangerous situation had on both my husband and I upon our return to the closest airport to our home. I haven’t been right since. Let me begin with the fact that this Portland JetPort baggage claim protest isn’t about me and the impact this situation had … More Threat Assessment: Portland JetPort Baggage Claim Protest Made a Dangerous Situation Even More Dangerous in a Public Space Known to Have Existing Security Flaws
As I sit here today writing this post, my head is pounding, I can’t think straight, and my mind is spinning with the many reasons why what happened today is so wrong. Both my husband and I are veterans. Both of us have Post Traumatic Stress. We applied to the Catch-A-Lift organization for some assistance … More Veteran Organizations: Please Stop Separating and Dividing Us Because All Veterans Matter
Every year 9/11 rolls around and I think it’s gonna be just like any other day. And every year it is not. Every year I am reminded of where I was when the towers in New York became targets and I am left with the same raw feeling I felt that day. This day changed … More A 9/11 Tribute to Our Soldiers
Tamron Hall of Deadline: Crime on Investigation Discovery covered the case of Petty Officer Amanda Jean Snell in an episode titled “Capital Predator”. She began with highlighting the death of Amanda Snell in 2009 at Keith Hall Barracks at Joint Base Myer-Henderson in Arlington, Virginia. After Amanda didn’t show up to work at the Pentagon on … More NCIS Bungles the Amanda Snell Investigation by Confiding in Murderer & Neglecting to Compare DNA Evidence Found at the Crime Scene