Vacation in North Carolina

Last week, my husband and I had the opportunity to travel to Asheville, North Carolina, for a long weekend in the mountains. We hiked. We swam. We climbed waterfalls. We drank craft beer. It was a great trip! Below are some of my favorite pictures from our adventures:   I definitely wish we would have…

Corona

Coaster sticky, Crested foam of shitty beer. The loam viscous Like the salty crust when you were near. Beautiful, the lies you told me. Pageantry, the story you wove me. The brush of lips linger from the last breath of words that broke me.   Thank you for reading, ~ Victoria Elizabeth

When Do We Address #GunLaws?

I support any American’s decision to practice their right to bear arms based on the constitution as it is currently written. Go for it. I choose not to, but that is mainly because I’m klutzy and would likely cause more injury to myself than I would a potential attacker. I’m not a fan of guns,…

The Terrorist Attack in Orlando, Florida

An act of terrorism has two goals: 1.) To harm as many as possible; 2.) To create fear. Step one is complete. The harm has been committed; at least 50 people are dead, and more than 50 are injured, making this the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. History. I refuse to let the terrorists accomplish…

The Jet Set

I’ve been MIA for the last few weeks on this blog (and my dieting blog, Memoirs of a Yo Yo Dieter), but it’s for a good reason: I’ve been hired on as a producer for the TV show, The Jet Set! It feels so good to be producing again! And I’m thrilled to work with…

Gender Identification, Equal Rights, and Female Sexuality: The Bible vs. The Qur’an

In congruence with the recent terrorist attacks associated with [or attributed to] the Islamic extremist group(s) in the last two decades[1], prejudice toward Muslims and those adhering to Islamic doctrines has tangibly increased. With the January 2015 Charlie Hebdo attack or the November 2015 shootings at the Bataclan in Paris, Islamophobia continues to rise globally.…