There are moments that the words don’t reach There is suffering too terrible to name You hold your child as tight as you can And
Michelle McNamara could write true crime like nobody’s business. She investigated it, made it real, fiercely protected the victims stories and humanity. . . I.
Brother’s Keeper Well, the plumber’s got a drip in his spicket The mechanic’s got a clink in his car The preacher’s thinking thoughts that are
In October, when precious Aniah Blanchard was reported missing, like so many other people, I was immediately heartsick. I could not stop thinking about her
Trigger Warning: Honestly, y’all, I don’t even know how to word this or what to say. I wrote in a post earlier last week that