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Warrior

The older I get the more I recognize the importance of history. It shapes who we are, teaches us who we need to be and also, uniquely, impacts other people when we choose to share our past and our story. This is mine.

Look Out 2019!

Let’s talk about the elephant in the room. For all the writing I do and for the love I have for the craft, I am terrible at blogging. I have tons of ideas to share, but when push comes to shove I choose Netflix over blogging. That’s about to change, though…hopefully. For 2019, I am…

I’m not a monster

Being a gun owner doesn’t make me crazy. It doesn’t make me a monster. It doesn’t mean that I don’t value life or that I don’t hurt when I see lives taken. I own guns and I carry a gun because I value life so much that I want to protect it. As a mother,…

Bumble says no guns, but why?

Bumble has announced the eradication of firearms from user profiles. The online dating app said the decision to moderate profiles and eliminate firearms from the platform was made because “it’s time to state unequivocally that gun violence is not in line with our values, nor do these weapons belong on Bumble.” Anyone else scratching their…

If it doesn’t look real, it probably isn’t

Let’s talk pictures, specifically concealment photos on social media. Through my internet travels I frequently see photos touting how well a gun conceals in various outfits. While I wholeheartedly encourage women to play around with their wardrobe, there’s a disturbing trend emerging. One in which the photo-taker isn’t completely honest about the gun, concealment or…

How To: Gear Reviews

Reviewing isn’t as simple as one would think. Often, readers assume it’s as easy as getting products in and just throwing opinions up online. It’s far from that. In fact, it takes a lot of time as well as effort to craft a thorough, detailed, objective review. Step One: Idea and Implementation The process for…

When concealment meets babywearing

Though my youngest son just turned four and is steadily transitioning away from needing to be worn, there are times that necessitate the Tula and a little babywearing (err…kid wearing. He’d be upset if he knew that I called him a baby.) So how do I do it?