It’s Disability Pride Month. You should know that I’m proud to be disabled.

August 20, 2020

Here’s something you should know about me: I’m proud to be disabled. I can picture some of you looking very perplexed right now. Admitting this fact about myself is something I may have said in a hushed tone just a few years ago. Why? By all accounts, I’m not supposed to be “proud” of my disability. Not […]

Please read this before you post another RIP on social media.

August 20, 2020

Grieving in the technology age is uncharted territory. I’ll take you back to Saturday, June 9, 2012. At 8:20 a.m., my 36-year-old husband was pronounced dead at a hospital just outside Washington, D.C. By 9:20 a.m., my cellphone would not stop ringing or text-alerting me long enough for me to make the necessary calls that […]

Mesmerizing Photographs Of Soldiers’ Faces Before And After A War

August 20, 2020

While the emotional repercussions of war aren’t easy to measure, the before, during, and after pictures of soldiers who have seen combat tell a pretty unsettling story. There’s something mesmerizing about these photographs, but I can’t quite put my finger on it. Photographer Lalage Snow has captured something really interesting.

Historically Amazing