New Photo Friday :: Friendly Sports

friendly sports

This week I shot a Lake Erie Crushers semi-pro baseball game for the Morning Journal, and my picture for today’s New Photo Friday encapsulates why I enjoy spring/summer sports so much–aside from the sunshine and warm temperatures, of course. I’ve noticed that in spring sports, especially baseball and softball, everyone is so much more friendly. …

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Book Review :: White Fragility

White Fragility

My review of White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo first appeared in Shelf Awareness for Readers as a starred review. I’m posting it today with their permission. I wish this could be mandatory reading for Americans. Granted there are a lot of people who would get nothing …

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Op-Ed: Making a Good Argument


I’ve decided to add an op-ed sort of post to my blog. It can be any variety of topics, but I’d also like it to be an area for constructive discussion about whatever the topic is. So be aware that negative, attacking, non-productive comments will not be allowed here. People are allowed to have a …

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jennifer forbus - camp unleashed

First of all, I can’t believe it’s July already. And my last post was in February. Oh good gracious. In a slight bit of defense, I have made updates to that last post. I hope if you haven’t taken a look at the recommendations I offered, you will do so. I plan to update it as …

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Positive Channeling

Beyond the Messy Truth

It’s been awhile since my last post and I apologize. Beside the craziness of work, photography, pets and general home demands, the insanity of our country has been weighing on me quite a bit lately. But I’ve decided I’d like to channel that in a positive way through the blog, among other places. Reading and …

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