Slippery People

As I browsed the morning news, MSM people, aka Project Mockingbird. I want you to know that NOTHING you are hearing from CNN, The New York Times, even good old CBS (that all watching eye….) Let’s think for a minute…WHO OWNS THE MSM?

Who owns the CIA? Think Rothchild. Who do the Rothchilds, Clintons, Obamas and even the Bush family…who do they worship?

If you guessed SATAN you are one step ahead of 92% of the American people.

Donald J. Trump will not be impeached. Nope. It isn’t going to happen. Remember, this man is a genius. He is ten steps ahead of everyone, and yes, he was ordained by God to turn on the heat, up the stakes, and bring this world and our battle with evil to a screeching halt. Here is the latest. There will be earth quaking news soon to come. I am here for any questions you may have, but for the precise details? I’ll leave that to the professionals. ūüôā

I don’t know about you, but I think it’s time President Trump. Declassify the information. The true patriots will be here to clean up the mess. Who took the money? I think you have all the information you need to come to the correct conclusion.

The birds are singing. The rest of them are facing execution for treason. Stop the evil, get on board, and FIGHT, FIGHT, FIGHT…

Instant Karma


I don’t know about you, but I am sick to death of gloom and doom, evil that cuts you off at your knees, leaves you shaken, breathless.¬† The enemy¬†is losing, in leaps and bounds, but the news, the mainstream?¬† They want you frightened and feeling vulnerable, to be honest, at times I don’t know what to believe, but I¬†do believe in QAnon, and let’s just say the concentration seems to be about the blood lines, the Illuminati and their puppets-satanic symbolism and transference runs RAMPANT in every mode of entertainment to be had, the news is enough to make me cry, and never, ever stop.¬† But I need to stop investigating and start¬†living.¬† I know more than I should, and by that I mean I wish I knew nothing at all-but then I wouldn’t be me, and I have felt spiritually led through the entire process.

I had a good week, socially.¬† Lunch with a friend two days in a row! ¬† I actually made my commitments over the last few days, and it feels so, so good.¬† I also, after 40 years, began eating a small meal at lunch.¬† I had a hard time pulling it off as of late, I was having dizzy spells and acid gut.¬† Please………….I deserve it.

This cracked me up this morning. Enough so that I actually posted on social media! ūüôā

Speaking of deserving……how in the harry do these people sleep at night?¬† Do they hang upside down from trees, waiting for some unsuspecting dope to come along?¬† Do they NOT KNOW where they are going at the end of the day? ¬† Seriously, what is their thought pattern?¬† They are blatantly throwing it up in our faces, but know this: they are running scared.¬† President Trump, with the aid of the United States military, has put a few of their Cabal buddies in GITMO.¬† Do they not see a common thread?¬† What did they THINK would happen when Trump began to wage a war, drain the swamp, look at evil so bleak that a group of NYC policemen vomited and wept when looking at evidence.¬† I hear they are all still receiving therapy.

So, karma is real, man.¬† I wouldn’t want to be a thug/pedophile/Satanist right now, because the tables are turning.¬† I am heartbroken and angry, but life is for the living and I have a heavenly father who wants me to thrive, to be genuinely content and at times, euphoric.¬† I try to have a sense of humor about these happenings, and I find great fun to be had looking into the Q Memes.


The only, yet most important thing we can do right now is pray.¬† Pray like your lives depend upon it, He is listening, this I know.¬† Instant Karma’s gonna get you Bitches, it’s going to knock you right. in. the. face.



I’ll Give You Fish…


A few blogs back, I promised you a story about the day, fifteen years ago, when I caught my husband “cheating” on me.¬† We were taking care of my father, who was extremely ill; we moved him to a house out in the country, where he lived for a year-on his terms-no nursing homes, praise God.¬† I loved my dad more than I have ever loved another soul, or perhaps the love I have for my husband is equal-but completely different types of love.

Dad was my best friend and, quite honestly, the only person besides my husband who really got me.  We were extremely close.  We laughed at the same things, had the same interests, and thought hiking was the greatest thing next to grilled cheese sandwiches.  I take after daddy, in almost every way.  Mom was the writer in the family, and she was very talented.  It is no small wonder that my brother and I are the artsy, fartsy, poetic side of the family.  I think it rather neat that my brother is a musician who writes amazing songs-not unlike myself-who writes about music-daddy was the musician.  I can still hear him singing the Midnight Special, banjo in tow, at three a.m. after an argument with my mother.  Good times.  Good times.

I would do anything to have those times back.

So, between working evenings as a waitress in a busy diner (one of the biggest tourist spots in Lancaster County) and taking care of my family-well, I guess you could say I was just a tad stressed out.  If you saw me in passing, you would think me a demented Flakka head, on the verge of going off the deep end; at any given moment in time.  You would also be correct.  About the losing my shit, not the Flakka.  When my husband complains about the two cigarettes I smoke each day with my coffee?  I always say:

It could be worse.¬† You’re lucky I’m not on Flakka.¬† Or crack. ¬†

Jiminy Cricket, I was wound so tightly, I actually pitied the fool who got in my way.  Back then?  I was anger personified.  I seethed with an all consuming rage that basically enveloped me-my mother abused me emotionally, and my memories were a big reason I drank to begin with.  I wanted to take care of dad, believe me, but the sad truth?  I was scared senseless.  My alcoholism had progressed, then eased after he died.  Eventually I came to a place of rewriting my story, and forgiving mother.  Years of my life, consumed with bitter ire-and a tragic notion that I needed to be punished, put in place-as mom had made it perfectly clear that I was undeserving.  Forgiveness is incredibly freeing, and you should do it often-not for them, but for you.

Finally, to the point of the story.¬† I was in the aforementioned condition while driving my Jeep Wrangler up Route 501 on a Friday afternoon, headed in the direction of the pharmacy in Myerstown-to get my father’s refills.¬† My hair is fried, not tended to; I can’t remember if I brushed my teeth.¬† I am breaking out-not only in zits but pimples as well-my first outbreak of acne, ever.¬† Stress pimples and blackheads.

I head North and see my husband’s baby blue Chevy pick up headed in my direction.¬† I believe I went into a fugue state the moment I saw the blonde.¬† I was a jealous madwoman back then-it wasn’t my husband I didn’t trust, let’s just say that.

“OMG, who the FAZUCK was in Dwain’s truck?¬† How long has this been going on?¬† I’m taking care of my invalid father and the bastard is cheating on me?¬† What the FUCK?”

I ran into the pharmacy, almost hyperventilating when I see the long line.  This is the most impatient moment of my life.  I fantasize about killing the man behind the counter.  I want to slap the woman who forgot her insurance card, and truth be told?  My thought cloud was rated RRR.  If not ZZZ.

I raced to the jeep and drove like a stunt car driver all the way to Dwain’s work.¬† I see him in the park, akin to his business.¬† I aim for him as I drive, he jumps out of the way.

“Oh my GOD honey, what is wrong with you?”¬† He looks more than mildly alarmed, but he knows on many levels what this is all about.¬† I jump from the vehicle, not thinking to put the jeep in “park.”¬† Dwain jumps into said car and saves it, saves it from going directly into the pond behind us.

I scream and holler.  He tells me he took her to drop off her car, to have it inspected.  I eyeball him from toe to head.  Calmer, yet not quite assured that all is well; I head for my car.  He gives  me a hug, chuckles and says these exact words:

“Honey, why do you have spaghetti sauce all over your face?”




I Confess…

In 1990, I married my fiancée of five years, in a Catholic ceremony. I did it with the full knowledge that I was in love with another man. I take full responsibility for the role I played, however, it still makes for good reading.

The wedding had not gone off without a hitch, no pun intended. I had an ex who had threatened to “crash” my wedding: I took care of this little inconvenience by hiring a security guard, who was given a picture of the man in question. As the limousine containing my mother, my father and myself pulled up to the church? I see said security guard frisking a friend of mine, who happened to have red hair, but looked absolutely nothing like the red head who had planned to embarrass me at my nuptials. As my father and I sat in the back, knocking back the champagne at warp speed, my friend Dan approached the stretch.

“Michele, they won’t let me in.”

After my father and I pulled our laughing carcasses off of the floor, I had a quick meet and greet with Mr. Robotto. I had asked that he not come dressed like a cop, which he did. I had asked that he come to me before throwing anyone out, which he completely ignored. Needless to say he was fired, and my nemesis never made it to Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

I had asked my maid of honor to search the church for the man I was truly in love with, as he was my husband’s employee, and had been invited. I knew, with certainty, that one look at that man and I would make The Graduate look like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. A mix of high anxiety and no sleep the evening before, I was a whirling dervish of angst and punchiness. I don’t remember walking down the aisle with my father, but I DO remember this scene:

My girlfriend Gina had been given the assignment of reading scripture. And as she began to quote Corinthians, she stumbled on a word. To the normal person, this would have gone unnoticed; to an exhausted and heartbroken bride to be? The funniest thing I had ever heard. When I laugh, well, it’s with my whole body-and I am not quiet about it, no, not at all. I laughed so hard that the priest began to become unhinged, and as hard as I tried…and then, the icing on the cupcake of the service: hearing my father and best friend laugh with me, I was gone. I collapsed at the altar, thus ensuring the crowd that this would be a day that would live in infamy.

It wasn’t until the ex and I pulled away from the cozy bed and breakfast; our friends and family waving us on, headed towards Martha’s Vineyard, that this song played. And as I sat, numbed and tortured by a forbidden want, hot tears of recognition trickled down to the post card I had been writing:


I mailed it from Nantucket.

To Dwain, with love… (to be continued)

Green Are Your Eyes…………

My brother came up for a visit a few weeks ago, and as we conversed he brought up the wedding that my father spent thousands upon thousands of dollars on.

“They were devastated,” he told me, dead seriously at that.¬† Craig lived in California at the time.¬† My mother was battling ovarian cancer, although she, nor the doctors, knew.¬† I remember one phone call from mom, in which she told me daddy had cried for days-and to this very day I wish I had run away……because I didn’t have the strength to stop the snow ball that kept rolling, gaining momentum, until it was so big it crushed me in its wake.

I did not choose this particular war.  It chose us, Dwain and myself.  I was in such angst that my mother sent my sister to baby sit, rather than sit down and discuss my strong resistance to a wedding that never, ever should have taken place.  In a therapy session, with my parents, the man with all the answers (he thought so anyway) asked my mother why she was so angry.

“The fucking whore just wanted a party.”

The therapist looked at me and then at my father.  When I looked back at him his glasses were askew and he appeared alarmed-distressed, if you will.  I had warned him.  I knew it was coming.   My father, always and forever my best friend and supporter, offered this:

“Honey, he said, looking at my mother as if she’d lost her mind-“Why don’t you let us get you an apartment, just be by yourself for awhile so you can figure things out.”

I couldn’t and didn’t consider that option.¬† I loathe the fact that I hurt my parents in any capacity whatsoever.¬†¬† It breaks me and was a contributing factor in my rush to oblivion, alcohol, pills, cocaine……… heart was a ball of fire, and I wept more than I smiled.

But, green were his eyes…….and their melodic and hypnotizing pull are evident this very day.¬† And for that, oh for that I am incredibly blessed.

Two Turntables and a Microphone…


Life goes in circles, just like the old LPs I used to own; over 300 albums, stolen by a bouncer at Houlihan’s, whom I had stupidly allowed him to borrow them.¬† Man o’ day, it was years ago and it still creams my corn.

Mon fr√®re is worried about my relationships.¬† Yes, that is the new thang-trying to diagnose Michele.¬† I am quite sure that my siblings discuss various methods of “fixing” me, which absolutely astounds me, as they gave me no credit whatsoever for fixing myself.¬† In an effort either to come to grips with the fact that I was very angry and hurt by him; or, much more likely, a way to perpetuate the idea that I am the one who is broken (aren’t we all a little brittle?) and my brother and sister are fine.¬† Just fine, thank you very much.

God grant me the serenity.

“I care,” he writes.¬† If he¬†cares so much, why not call or write and ask how my Lyme disease is going?¬† I find it interesting that both siblings denied my pleas for some respect, as in both arguments, I was suffering with some pretty serious symptoms.¬† Nope.¬† Never.

Never once a pat on the back for addressing and successfully dealing with my recovery from alcohol, opioids, anorexia, self harming or intensive therapy for depression.¬† I have done my homework and God is still working on me, trust me.¬† Yet I remain perplexed at why he would think I have Borderline Personality Disorder.¬† What he saw was a grown ass woman, who is no longer codependent with her family of origin.¬† He got a good look at Michele 2.0, who has a zero tolerance for bullshit of any kind policy.¬† My self esteem is in check, and I will stand up for myself as I know I deserve the same respect that I give others-especially my family. ¬†I’m not the doormat any longer, and after an entire year of growing closer to him, it took two weeks of my sister’s pie hole to convince him that I am not to be believed.

Narcs will be narcs.

What I want him to know is this:  I will always love him, he is my flesh and my blood.  I am  not angry with him, forgiveness is key in moving forward.  And lastly a warning of sorts:

I will not entertain any random diagnoses at whim.¬† I have been completely honest, and aside from a snarky text, have tried my best not to bring him into the mix.¬† Work on your own life, and please don’t try to shrink me: if you get the urge to do so, please redirect your energy in Courtney’s direction.¬† Look her in the eyes and ask for the truth.

I feel like a phoenix, of sorts, who has risen from the ashes of a traumatic history, only to realize that life is so much better-on the other side of the family fence.


Laughter After Tears

Two of my all time favorite artists in one video-you can’t beat that with a stick! And as I was led to this song, I knew exactly what to write about. I have learned, once again, that through intense emotional pain we can grow leaps and bounds in our faith, relationships and overall mental health. I spent the past few days in bed, albeit sick with the flu-but depressed and anxious about the chance that my marriage could fail miserably, and at any moment.


Because I am a grown woman, and have plenty of life experience-I know that I can cling to Jesus during the desert places, praise His name and look forward to a beautiful lesson and blessing that would surely follow.

It always does.

We should not let our fears hold us back from pursuing our hopes.”

As miserable as I was, I immediately felt shame; I thought of the least of these.

I have lived half of my life as one of the least of these.

There are times where life is so good, when I am surrounded by love-my social calendar full, and a peace that surpasses all understanding. Actually, He has answered my prayers-I live a quiet, creative and authentic life, and I owe every single step toward my recovery, every breakthrough and success to God. To Him goes the honor and glory. But what happens when you have become accustomed to this life well-lived, and the bubble bursts, leaving you blindsided? Do you question God? Do you find yourself shell shocked and incredulous? Do you feel hopeless?

Some were fools; they rebelled and suffered for their sins. They couldn’t stand the thought of food, and they were knocking on death’s door.
“Lord help!,” they cried in their trouble, and he saved them from their distress. He sent out his word and healed them, snatching them from the door of death. Let them praise the Lord for his great love and for the wonderful things he has done for them. Let them offer sacrifices of Thanksgiving and sing joyfully about his glorious acts!
-Psalm 80

Dwain and I are fine, and mea culpa-I was being incredibly sensitive. Yet when we argue, I shut down completely-although I am much better than I used to be. I’ve gone from hysterically phoning my therapist, to not crying at all.
Yet I cease to function or care-and that isn’t the place we need to be-yet I know Abba is pruning me-as He does to all of his children. I know in my secret places that something amazing will come out of the melee.

Call out to Jesus.

He wants you to trust Him. You are so very special to God-each and every one of you.