Tired? Sometimes a Weekend Away is in Order

Author’s note: I wrote this back in November 2015. Since taking my own advice and feeling less tired, I figured even though this is an old draft, I’d publish it now anyway. Maybe it will inspire others to make positive changes to feel better about things or just themselves. Life is too short not too! … Continue reading

Even in Tragedy We Can Find Peace – Thoughts From a Former Media Girl

I say that as if I am a trained journalist. I’m still working in media of a different kind, but no I wasn’t a reporter. I just didn’t quite know how to explain exactly what I did in two words, but I will now. One of my most favorite jobs throughout my career was when … Continue reading

50 Years Later – Why Isn’t Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Dream” Realized?

Lunenburg HIgh School 87 Yearbook Lisa Sullivan

Image above is of my Lunenburg High School Class of ’87 Yearbook – The Echo. While I fully realize we’re over the 50-year mark since Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his most poignant speech in all of history, this question comes today because as I type…right now…my hometown, specifically my alma mater, Lunenburg High School,ย  … Continue reading

Finding Strength in God, Trying to Heal

Boy. It’s been a ROUGH couple of weeks in our country, and for both my former and current communities. There are days when a glimmer of hope shines through in a hero’s story. Then there are days when I feel like that glimmer has been squashed like a bug. Heck, a cockroach. These last two … Continue reading

There is Hope At Christmastime

Nativity Lisa Sullivan

It’s December 19th, a Wednesday evening, and I sit here five days after one of the most horrific events on American soil this year (if not THE most; there’s still some debate about that) . I think I’ve cried at least once everyday since it happened, usually in the morning; sometimes when I see or … Continue reading

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