Book Review: The Marsh King’s Daughter by Karen Dionne

The Marsh King’s Daughter by Karen Dionne “But I won’t tell you my mother’s name.  Because this isn’t her story.  It’s mine.” The narrator is Helen Pelletier, married to Stephen, mother of two small daughters for whom she would kill to protect.  And she might have to do just that. “I was born two years … Continue reading Book Review: The Marsh King’s Daughter by Karen Dionne

Strange. We have become Strange

Strange Our country has turned strange.  I mean really strange. Let’s start with the simple hypocrisy that the anti-government, small government Texas Republicans were the fastest and first to request Federal Government assistance with Hurricane Harvey.  Ted “Cut Everything” Cruz led the charge.  Now, I think Federal Disaster Relief is a good thing and Houston … Continue reading Strange. We have become Strange