This speech is years in the making. In the depths of my soul I have a dream to find an effective way to share my vision/passion with the world. I know it isn't perfect and that I have a long ways to go. Yet there is so much perfection... Step one in a line of... Continue Reading →
#METOO is not just from those being accused now. A bigger issue I feel here needs to be addressed… This is still happening and what are we going to do about it. We must find the strength to speak.
I kept quiet pretty quiet during this time, though I did feel a rage of anger deep inside me. You might ask why am I bringing this up now almost a year later? Earlier this week during my morning walk, a man in his car driving to work decides to pull over and jack off while watching me walk, at 7am on a busy public road. Talk about mortified, never mind past memories of similar assaults flashing back.
As a single 50 year old woman in the dating scene, I am also disgusted with the amount of men I have dated who think our bodies are belong to them by the second date. That even though I make it clear I am not after a sexual relationship, they still find ways to try to justify having sex, or they make inappropriate passes at you trying to convince you it is…
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Days like today... I wish I didn't exist. Not a suicidal thought. Just a thought passing through my mind. It has been almost four months since I worked regularly. Three months since I received a paycheck. Friends I thought I had are no longer. Days like today I ask myself what the fuck and why?... Continue Reading →
A visit to Kingston, Jamaica would not be complete without a visit to one of the places Bob Marley lived in Trenchtown. At the time I visited here, they told us the family still made music in the studios here. The tour of the house was cool. The girl who gave the tour sang for... Continue Reading →
May 2008, I took a vacation to visit Jamaica and Barbados, from Grand Cayman. It was least expensive for me to fly to Barbados from Jamaica than it was from anywhere else. I decided to take advantage and visit a friend I met in Grand Cayman who also worked at Paperman's for a short while.... Continue Reading →
Please bare with me, I know speaking about the tobacco industry might throw you off a bit, but I do have a point. Are we blind to what sugar is doing to our health in the way we were about tobacco? Is it because it is a beautiful brilliant white and you cannot see or... Continue Reading →
Miss Food Police's mission is to share how I transformed my attitude with food and how what I eat has taught me the importance of a real whole food lifestyle. My overall health would not be what it is today without this awareness. As a woman whose earliest memory of having an eating disorder was... Continue Reading →
I woke up to an array of bright and exquisite colors this morning after arriving to the magical sound of coqui frogs and the dark of night, nothing could have prepared me for the incredible beauty that filled my eyes and heart. The grounds are full of trees, flowers and other plants. Everything is so... Continue Reading →