The text above has been circulating on Facebook a lot lately. I get annoyed every time I see it for all of the reasons listed below. 1. You can be annoyed or upset about high gas prices while also understanding the reasons the gas prices are high and also realizing it is better than being … More When Your Meme Shows Your Privilege and Bias
I still look at Facebook way too much. I was scrolling this morning and came across a post by someone I knew in high school with advice for people applying for jobs. The advice in general was good – Take a look at your social media and clean it up in case they look. The … More A Whole Lot of Judging Going On
I wrote yesterday about how I feel judged by some because I’m not ‘working” or “productive” What is happening is that people judge others based on their own values and that isn’t right. I touched on this before in a post about people who say they don’t have time to read. You do have time … More What’s the Value?
Krispy Kreme recently announced they would give a free donut every day for the rest of the year to anyone who showed they have been vaccinated. A friend tagged me on a post on Facebook to let me know because I love donuts. I sent it to my brother and sister who have been vaccinated. … More On Shaming
I was at work Monday when Notre Dame was on fire. I texted my daughter to tell her and we texted back and forth a little about the fire and how sad she was about it. Her graduation gift this past summer was to go to London and Paris. She loves history and museums and … More My Observation of the Internet After Notre Dame