Get a glimpse into the life of Burlesque Starlet, Mom and Wife, Miss Rosie Bitts. This week she talks about what to expect from her Vlogs, the solidarity smoothie diet and questions how to work her iPhone 4?
Archives for September 2010
Two weeks ago a young man hung himself in his grandmother’s barn because he was being bullied at school for being gay. This happened in a small town in America. It was not the only suicide by a young gay male in the past two weeks. This kind of tragedy really eats at my heart as a parent and as a liberal minded human.
After a long day of flights, the little things start to rub Julie the wrong way. A minor rant on some of the nonsensical routines of air travel.
Is it possible that the only whisky distillery in Wales, hunkered down as it is among industrial age slag heaps, rivals the great peaty Scotches of the Highlands?
I have spent the majority of my years on this earth castigating myself for my lack of restraint and poor decision-making, allowing my own weaknesses a drunken pass to design a lesser life. If I am to move forward into a future in which I can both believe and love, a future in which those I care about can also believe and love, sobriety is not an option, and I truly and honestly trust that I can be sober without surrendering myself as powerless before a deity in which I have no faith.
A writer trying to write and a runner trying to run dreams of big trucks falling from the sky. What can it all mean?
A woman who finds herself living the script of victimhood decides to cross the finish line and begin a capable, healthy life.
Just yesterday in his post “Death to Writers” Life As A Human Writer Christopher Holt vented his outrage at the threat of execution faced by blogger and journalist Hossein Derakhshan, being held in Iran. Last night, Reporters Without Borders provided the following update on its website…
Where do your old computers and other electronic gadgets go to die? You might be surprised at the devastation being caused by a so-called clean technology as this award-winning documentary by UBC students and their professor reveals.
What would you do if you were sexually assaulted? That Kind of Girl thought she knew all the right things to do…until it happened to her.