This past Saturday I participated in something called The Rescue. It was a movement for the Invisible Children of Northern Uganda and an effort to make their stories more well known.
If you haven't heard of her already, you will be hearing about her soon. Susan Boyle is a 47 year old singing sensation that is sweeping the nation.
So for those of us planning a senior trip to Cabo, this year has not been the most ideal.
In a few short hours I will be attending a concert by none other than Mr. Arlo Guthrie. I've seen him once before and thought he was pretty hysterical, and also pretty old.
For quite some time now I have been interested in the diseases of anorexia and bulimia and their affects on youth today.
Lately, I've been watching the 'reality' (because how real can you get on television?) show T.I.'s Road To Redemption on MTV.
On a slightly more serious note, I've recently been faced with breast cancer in my family. My lovely, dear, sweet old grandma has been diagnosed and the going hasn't been easy.
There has been something that I just cannot understand. It is something that many people are involved in and enjoy and I can't for the life of me figure out why.
For the first time in a while, I actually sat down and made an effort to pay attention to what's happening in the economy.
I was just hanging out at my house, sitting on the couch, readeing my Seventeen magazine when I encountered a truth that is very disturbing.