Friday Faves: OK to NOT be OK Edition

How are you doing?  By that I mean, how are you *really* doing?  Yesterday the receptionist at one of my doctor’s office (two appointments with doctors in one!!!) asked me this question and I was tired, tearful, and a plain ol’ mess.  I thought about saying, “OK,” which would have been a bold-faced lie.  IContinue reading “Friday Faves: OK to NOT be OK Edition”

Documentary Film “Umuryango” Tells Plight of Rwanda Street Children

The 1994 Rwanda genocide left thousands of children as victims and orphans. This is a documentary about the ones left behind. My dear friend, Amanda Ibrahim, has been working her little keister off the past year on Umuryango while going to college, completing an internship, and accomplishing many other things too numerous to list.  IContinue reading “Documentary Film “Umuryango” Tells Plight of Rwanda Street Children”