Moving on Up

Starting Over I bought my first house when I was 23 years old. It was a small 720 Square foot home in the city. It needed a little work, but the mortgage payment was cheaper than renting. The neighborhood was certainly safer than the most affordable apartments we’d found as well. After a bit of … More Moving on Up

Hard at Work

Makeovers in Progress I was working on my portfolio for job applications and found I didn’t want to put a few of my covers in the file. If I don’t want to show employers they aren’t good enough for my readers either. So I got to work. With money in short supply I decided to … More Hard at Work

Self Reflection

The Warning Signs As some of you may know from my Court Battle Royale posts I have been engaged in a custody battle with my ex for nearly 2 years. He has made my life a living hell. Slowly he is draining my resources and turning everyone against me. Worst of all my own family … More Self Reflection

A Difficult Choice

Why I am Pro-Life The issue of abortion hits too close to home. When I was younger, I was pro-choice. I thought women should have the choice to abort a pregnancy under certain medical circumstances or social circumstances. You know the same old rigamarole people spout about the health of the mother, rape, etc. I … More A Difficult Choice

COVID 19

Vaccines and the Impact on Your Pharmacy Pharmacists as a profession have had the ability to vaccinate for over 12 years. Many states hopped on the band wagon and allowed us free reign to service the public. While others like my home state were late bloomers. No matter the case your pharmacist has probably administered … More COVID 19

Merry Christmas

And Happy Birthday With all the craziness that 2020 brought with it, I thought I’d take a few minutes to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and share a story about my youngest daughter. Last week my youngest decided to decorate for Christmas. She spent hours coloring pictures and placed them around the house one morning … More Merry Christmas