Accepted Today and Leading Tomorrow

Standard

The Boy Scouts of America got it right. It is one very important step forward. Is it a leap? Frankly, to their organization, it is a leap, which makes the step that much more important.

The Boys Scouts of America have changed their policy to allow openly gay children into the Boy Scouts beginning January 1, 2014. This is not a “Don’t ask – don’t tell” policy; this is a “come as you are” policy, and it should be applauded. Continue reading

Advertisements

Make it Stop :: A Drabble

Standard

Salutations! I hope this day finds you feeling fine – better yet, I hope this day finds you feeling magnificent. Why not aim high, eh?

As is the case whenever there is a “Wednesday’s What is It?”, my work of short-fiction exactly 100 words in length (aka a drabble) will reveal the mystery photo I posted on Wednesday. And, once again there was a mystery photo, so the drabble includes the answer. Continue reading

Being Pulled :: A Drabble

Standard

Happy Friday, Kids. First, I need to extend an apology. Oh, no, I am not apologizing for the tough photo challenge this week. Nope. I quite enjoyed the fact that no one got it right. Mwahahahaha!

I am apologizing for the fact that I have not responded to comments or read other blogs in days/weeks. I’ve been busy with work and school things, and I have not had the time energy to stay on top of the “relaxing” part of my life. Things should settle down significantly after today, though. Continue reading

Hercules :: A Drabble

Standard

Welcome to Drabble Day! I have high hopes that Drabble Day will become a national holiday, complete with a backing from Hallmark. You just wait. Then again, I have high hopes I’ll stump everyone with my mystery picture, and I’ve yet to succeed.

As is the case whenever there is a “Wednesday’s What is It?”, my work of short-fiction exactly 100 words in length (aka a drabble) will reveal the mystery photo I posted on Wednesday. Continue reading