I love writing. I love justice. I love irony of every kind - but especially satire, parody and lying. And I really, really love hyperbole. More than anything.
Except maybe the artful and informed complaint.
My motto, in a nutshell, is "if you can't find something nice to say, then you've identified a topic about which you are morally obligated to speak at length." And I have slowly learned to embrace - as a rare and precious gift - what many people wrongly consider to be my (undoubtedly tragic) flaw: an uncanny ability to find the bad in everything, and a biting, biting tongue.
So...enjoy! This is a blog about politics and parenting, mainly, which uses monologues to promote dialogue and debate. So please comment, share, follow, like, etc. And come back for more! You have my personal guarantee that I'll never run out of things to complain about.
Heather DuBois Bourenane,
monologist and purveyor of fine advice
Raise your hand if you're not afraid to ask a question.
Raise your voice if you're not afraid of free speech.