the semicolon project

Originally posted on hpwritesblogs:
Today I went to a tattoo artist, and for $60 I let a man with a giant Jesus-tattoo on his head ink a semi-colon onto my wrist where it will stay until the day I die. By now, enough people have started asking questions that it made sense for me to start…

Dear America,

By now, I think all of America has heard the details of the Charleston, South Carolina shooting, where Dylann Roof, a 21 year old white man shot and killed 9 black churchgoers. If not, then you are about to hear it now. The more disturbing fact was that this was conducted in their place of … More Dear America,

Coupons, Sales, Deals, Steals – Everything You Want To Know

I have gotten a lot of comments, questions and requests when it regards my new adventure- couponing. Since you ladies (and some gents) have been asking about my new craft, I will reveal to you my secrets, tips and strategy. Hopefully, it helps you out and if you have any more tips, feel free to … More Coupons, Sales, Deals, Steals – Everything You Want To Know

That Military Wife Life No One Actually Hears About…

I come from Fort Knox community. My dad and brother were Marines, with my brother serving during my high school career. All of my friends were Army brats, with some in other branches, including my current best friends. I was a candidate for West Point. I have more family members and friends who serve in … More That Military Wife Life No One Actually Hears About…

Needles Might Poke, But They’re Not To Blame

Across the Ohio River, Clark County, Indiana is suffering a major crisis. Because of a surge in drug use, an epidemic of HIV outbreaks occurred in the area several months ago. To combat the issue, the county decided to impliment a needle exchange program. The Kentucky cities of Louisville and Lexington are following suit, as … More Needles Might Poke, But They’re Not To Blame

Introduction

Hi bloggers, audience members & viewers, Hello there! My name is Michaela Crutcher-Lord. I haven’t blogged in a long time. In fact, the last time I blogged was as a 7th grader. I remember when blogging was at its pioneer state. Now, I am blogging as an adult. I am happily married woman, living my … More Introduction