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Wanna Feel New? Quetico Canoe!

This past July I had the privilege of taking a 10 day canoe trip in some of the most pristine wilderness on our continent, Quetico Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada. Can you imagine being able to simply dip your water bottle in the lake when you were thirsty? It was a humbling remembrance of what modern industry and society has destroyed in the majority of lakes and rivers. Oh sweet boundary waters, so pure and revitalizing! And let me tell ya, there’s something about paddling ~65 miles with a group of strangers and portaging with an 80 pound canoe on your shoulders through the rugged Quetico terrain that really changes you.

Props To Fantasy Football

The roar of the arena gets into your spirit and you’re forced to join in with a Neanderthal-like shout. You react to the sound of two helmets crashing with the clenching of your teeth and disposition on your face. You just witnessed a man dehumanize another man, and you do not feel in the slightest bit empathetic. What the hell is wrong with you?! Absolutely nothing. You’re a barbarian, and you enjoy nothing more than watching gladiators spar until the clock reaches 00:00.

A Legacy of Solace

When my son Stephen McNulty died, he was a senior at Cathedral High School. I can’t even begin to write about the devastation or heartbreak that occurred. Instead, I want to tell you about the beautiful things that occurred and continue to happen since his death.

After Stephen died, we wanted to do something in his memory on his high school campus. Who knew that what began with a couple of pieces of scrap stone, a prayer and some hope would transformed into a beautiful piece of art with many stories to tell?

VLOG: Beauty Products

DiVoye is back again to give props to two new beauty products she has tried this month! Check it out below:

Diamond Nation: Sierra Leone

I was not born in Sierra Leone, I have never lived in or visited Sierra Leone. The connection I have with that nation is that both my parents were born and raised in Sierra Leone. Therefore, I was raised in the ways of Sierra Leoneans: my upbringing, mindset, and basically the way I look at life is from that of a Sierra Leonean perspective. Sadly, Sierra Leone is a nation that has been bombarded with a lot of shortcomings including a series of corrupt government which eventually led to a civil war that took the lives of estimately 50,000 people and displaced a lot of its citizens to different parts of the world. Ironically, Sierra Leone is a nation that is rich in natural resources and their most notable natural resource is Diamonds. As a matter of fact, diamonds were used to fuel the war that lasted for more than a decade and deteriorated the educational system and the general welfare of the nation. The mining and selling of diamonds helped fuel the purchase of weapons that were used to mutilate and kill a lot of Sierra Leoneans. Propitiously, on the 18th of January 2002, the eleven year long civil war ended and left a lot of damage to the nation that my parents and their families grew up loving and treasuring.


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