Hey y’all! Can’t believe it’s been 2 months since my last post. Since my last post, I went back to the store Memorial Day weekend and I will say that social distancing in the store has been very hard especially with customers. [internal rant] Why don’t our customers know what 6 feet looks like and… Continue reading Where’d the months go?!
In September 2016, photographer Camille Seaman joined protesters at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota. Here, she brings us up close with some of the many people who have been drawn there to defend the water and the earth. In September, I felt called — not just as an indigenous person of the Shinnecock… Continue reading Gallery: Portraits from the Standing Rock protests — ideas.ted.com
1 day till the weekend and it's come to my attention that there are some local pop culture events happening this weekend and next weekend. So if you happen to be in the area, come check out these events in Harker Heights at the Public Library and Barnes & Noble. It's easier if I just… Continue reading Local Pop Culture Events
The many-headed dragon of public anger has a mouthful of fire for parents who don’t vaccinate. But such scolding misses the mark, alienating caring parents who just want their kids to be safe. When measles broke out at California’s Disneyland in 2015, sickening nearly 150 people across seven states and spreading to Mexico and Canada, the…… Continue reading Why (some) parents don’t vaccinate — ideas.ted.com
Only ten percent of art school graduates make a living from their artwork. Why should this be such a pipe dream? I’ve had only two career goals in my life. The first was to go to Mars. I made it all the way to graduate school before realizing that I really preferred Earth, and also,… Continue reading How do artists make a living? An ongoing, almost impossible quest — ideas.ted.com