Capitalism, Cancer and Outrage

This morning my FaceBook feed alerted me to Sephora's new program, designed to benefit cancer patients.  During a 6 minute video they show bald, scared, suffering women, getting makeup and skin care tips, then walking through the store being shown products by a Sephora employee.  Credits roll.   Women rejoice. Wait....... Right after my 1st round … Continue reading Capitalism, Cancer and Outrage

Unconditional Love

This will be short because  I am exhausted and not feeling well, but feeling compelled to write. Yesterday was the funeral for my bosses son.  It was beautiful.  She and her spouse gave the Eulogy, and there are no words to describe it.  They were funny, poignant, joyous and sad.  They spoke primarily to their … Continue reading Unconditional Love