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Diana is a USMC (ret.) spouse, mother of three and a Wichita, Kansas native. She is back in the United States after 10 years in Germany. She is a contributing author to Holiday Writes. She hates liver & motivational speakers. She loves science & naps.

Forgiveness and the Art of Hatred

When someone says "There's a reason for everything" to an abused child, all I hear is that it's okay for adults to abuse children. Read More »

Jeep’s Super Bowl Ad: The Real Message

Using the right imagery and music creates the fastest path between heartstrings and purse strings. Read More »

The Definition of Art: Good Riddance Warhol and Pollock

Art is a focus and a discipline. Allowing a lack of either to slither in under the definition of art is a travesty. Read More »

Work Out for Weight Loss? Pffft!

I've accepted that I'm one of those people for whom losing weight isn't a realistic goal. Read More »

When a Parenting Expert Collides with Parents’ Experience

Some parents are more "expert" than others. Read More »

The Perils of Parents Trying to Rejoin the Workforce

It sucks to be treated as if being out of the workforce for a while means you're unfamiliar with computers, clocks, and indoor plumbing. Read More »

Satire: Todd Akin Cries Out, “Oh No, I’m Not Pregnant!”

Shamed by his condition, Akin whisks himself off to a Family Planning Clinic. Read More »

The Woman I Am Who Waited for the Woman I Was

I needed to know who I was more than I needed to avoid the possibility of finding out I was no one at all. Read More »

The Ambiguous Support of Chick-fil-A’s Freedom of Speech Supporters

If you dig past the chicken fat you'll find something most foul. Read More »

The Neighbor Lady

Here in her driveway, she took ahold of her steering wheel as if driving to an imaginary destination. Read More »