Statement of intent

Somewhere along the way I lost myself and sense of purpose. They're scattered all throughout here like shards of porcelain. In all my frenetic singing and dancing (figurative prancercising) I've basically stomped all my pieces to dust, I can never retrieve them. I can prance, walk like a dance, everyone check out my pants. I … Continue reading Statement of intent

Debbie does Atlas

Deborah was one of the 12 judges of Isreal. 1 woman, 11 men. She was one of the 12 judges from the biblical book of Judges (old testament). Judge Judy shopheṭ or shofeṭ (plural shophṭim or shofeṭim; Hebrew: שׁוֹפֵט‎‎ šōp̄ḗṭ, Punic: 𐤔‏𐤐𐤈 šufeṭ, Ugaritic: 𐎘𐎔𐎉 ṯapiṭ) literally means "Judge", from the Semitic root "ṮPṬ", "to pass judgment". Cognate titles exist in other Semitic cultures, notably Phoenicia and Carthage. The Biblical judges were shofeṭs. WIKIPEDIA! Just is Kim. … Continue reading Debbie does Atlas