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Wonderful West Virginia – A Story

By | Food for thought | No Comments

My Pappy, Noil Clarence Hall, was the subject of my son’s ancestry project for school. Turns out, I was born 7th generation in West Virginia. I didn’t realize how deeply rooted in the same area we are. That means, when West Virginia succeeded from the confederate’s democrat plan to forcefully claim 11 states of their own to make a new country and keep slaves at their disposal – my family…

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Just the Facts, Ma’am

By | Heather, Pandemic Thoughts | No Comments

There’s alot of things we know, we either don’t think about it or weren’t paying attention. We hold these truths, what shall we do with them? Here are statements I think we all, as Americans united, can agree are factual. Fact: We cannot choose our gender, race, family or intrinsic qualities. Fact: We know there’s a ladder and a ceiling. Some have further to climb, some climb anyway and some…

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It’s a CATastrophe out there.

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I’ve been thinking a lot about cats. I feel they are a symbolic analogy to our current elitism plot to destroy America and all the working class within it. It starts with feral abandoned cats in my yard. So here we go. I have a cat problem. A rather daily one, actually. It’s been approximately four years of ongoing irritations as whether you like to admit it or not –…

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I am Woman, No Riots Necessary.

By | Heather, Pandemic Thoughts | No Comments

I wanted to put solid information out there for some calm thoughts to process during this wild storm of destruction. I believe this division is engineered and here’s why. I agree a man can want to become a woman. I agree a woman can want to become a man. I agree a man can sometimes want to be a woman and sometimes not. I agree a woman can want to…

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Hoping for Hope

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I see it. I feel it. I read it. I experience it. So why not talk about it. Now that the lights have been turned on in the theater and we are all able to see what’s behind some of the stage and production at hand, It becomes a lot to process. Especially when we’re still adjusting our eyes to this new truth while more and more of it is…

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