Since I have gotten many requests to either share or email my death penalty research from several people, I decided that I would publish the entries here, on my blog. The portfolio I completed was a combination of months of research on the subject of women and race, in relation to the administration of the... Continue Reading →
Nothing flies off the table faster than these pork tenderloin sandwiches and the best part is they are SUPER easy to make! Just a reminder...I never measure so just pour and pray!
Ever since I can remember my dad made the BEST biscuits and gravy every Sunday morning before we left for church. I was about eight years old when I learned to make them and they still taste the same as they did back then (and they are super easy to make). Since dad is no... Continue Reading →
So, last night I made my homemade fettuccini alfredo (a MAJOR hit at my house) for my family and some friends. Since I have had multiple people ask me for the recipe, I decided I would share it here. I don’t measurements very well, I eyeball pretty well everything so bare with me. For the sauce, […]
So, I was thumbing through Pintrest (every mother's go to when the baby's sleeping, right?!) looking for healthy recipes for my family. I had jumped off the bandwagon of organic, gluten-free and paleo eating to indulge in my cheese tater tots and hamburger pregnancy cravings -- Sonic is a killer. Low and behold I came across... Continue Reading →
If someone is dying, is it the duty of society to save them? Standard moral ethics says, yes; but under what circumstances? Is society responsible for saving a convicted serial murderer facing the death penalty? What if a building was on fire and trapped in one room is your family of four and in another,... Continue Reading →
Hey guys, just wanted to give you all the link to my older blog. This blog is strictly poems and writings from my diary. I am unable to access the account because the site has changed but it is still up for viewing. Click the link below to check it out! From my Journal..
It happens every day while nonchalantly flipping through social media. It’s the spoof of a popular music video, the meme poking fun at a celebrity or politician and inevitably, it’s the guy jumping off the top of the playground set who ends up wiping out the innocent child below. It’s these things that not only... Continue Reading →
Stalinist Russia is a popular topic among historians and scholars and has inspired questions such as; what effect did the political policies of the era have on people of the Soviet Union and how did Stalin’s policies change social classes and hierarchical structure of the state? In her book, Everyday Stalinism, Sheila Fitzpatrick gives many... Continue Reading →