Could you even imagine spending 22 years on Death Row– the last 13 of them with multiple sclerosis– for a murder you didn’t commit?
According to Huffington Post: “Ohio mother of two Kelly Williams-Bolar was released from jail Wednesday after serving nine days for falsifying records…convicted by a jury of using her father’s address to claim residency status that would allow her children to attend a higher-performing suburban school…put on probation for two years, ordered to complete 80 hours of community service, and may threaten her ability to receive the teacher’s license she was working towards.” While I would never advocate breaking the law, I completely sympathize this mother’s position. Who doesn’t want the best for their children– especially when it comes to education? The article touches on the interconnected factors of race and socioeconomic and how can negatively impact a child’s schooling.
In Kansas, new legislation was passed that covers the termination of a pregnancy only if women purchase a special abortion insurance rider added to their regular insurance policy for an additional cost. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again– a woman’s right to choose is about just that, choice– regardless of your opinions on the actual act of abortion.
A French company now makes ‘loungerie’ for little girls. Marketing a product modeled after lingerie for adult females for prepubescent and adolescent children [4-12] borders on child pornography. Creating outfits or pajamas to mimic mommy’s attire is one thing but fancy, somewhat racy undergarments for a young girl is deplorable.
Everything else I’ve discussed in this batch of links has been somewhat somber. Now I wish to lighten it up a bit with…. overprocessed hair. While this article caters to those who have bleach damage, I think it’s perfect for anyone who is guilty of too much coloring and/or heat styling. Products and tips are offered for the repair of your fried locks and there are also two recipes found for treatments that you can find in your kitchen and at your local health store.
With infinite love, gratitude, and respect,