Posts Tagged: culture

Driving Route from FL to TN

Moving to Baltimore: Part 1 of 2

  Well, tomorrow is the day that I pack everything up in Tampa and drive it to my small town in Tennessee. “Tennessee?” you ask. Yes, Tennessee. I am originally from a small town known for their Walking Horse Celebration (don’t

Driving Route from FL to TN

Moving to Baltimore: Part 1 of 2

  Well, tomorrow is the day that I pack everything up in Tampa and drive it to my small town in Tennessee. “Tennessee?” you ask. Yes, Tennessee. I am originally from a small town known for their Walking Horse Celebration (don’t

My Lovely Awkward Interactions with Italy

I realize that I have not updated my blog for awhile. There are a few options to explore the reasons why: (1) I’m having such a wonderful time that I forgot about the internet, (2) I have been sickly for

My Lovely Awkward Interactions with Italy

I realize that I have not updated my blog for awhile. There are a few options to explore the reasons why: (1) I’m having such a wonderful time that I forgot about the internet, (2) I have been sickly for

Love and Italy

Porta Portese Market (Every Sunday morning I step outside my apartment and I see this.) Spending my first week and a half in Italy was quite the culture shock, an amazing awakening, like a dream and everything in between. From

Love and Italy

Porta Portese Market (Every Sunday morning I step outside my apartment and I see this.) Spending my first week and a half in Italy was quite the culture shock, an amazing awakening, like a dream and everything in between. From

19th Amendment

“You’re being a B*****”

I completely identify with one of my trigger words being the word, “bitch.” I have had several occasions where males have called me this demeaning term when I was acting,  “too successful,” “too independent,” or “too much like a man.” Why

19th Amendment

“You’re being a B*****”

I completely identify with one of my trigger words being the word, “bitch.” I have had several occasions where males have called me this demeaning term when I was acting,  “too successful,” “too independent,” or “too much like a man.” Why