About Donna Anderson
Since you’re on this page, I guess that means you want to know more about me and what this blog is all about. Well, pull up a chair and grab a cuppa and I’ll let you in on a few of my secrets.
Secret #1 – I’m intrigued by the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, their history and evolution. When I was in high school we barely touched on these two subjects and back then if someone had told me I’d someday be blogging about them I probably would have given them a good punch in the nose. But today, I’m a bit older and wiser. With everything going on in Washington these days I feel it’s just as important to understand how we created this mess as it is to figure out how to clean it up.
Secret #2 – I’m a freelance writer and I’ve also done a good bit of writing all over the web. If you’re interested you can check out some of my articles in the left sidebar.
Secret #3 – I know it’s a weird mix, but as well as writing about Constitutional considerations I also enjoy writing about the Paranormal. (Check out my article at Who Forted Blog on Black Eyed Kids.) I get some flack from a few of the more vocal political commentors for writing on both topics, but diversity makes the world go round, right? How boring would it be if each of us was only interested in one, single topic?
Secret #4 – I live in Columbus, Ohio with my Jack Russell terrier, Boo Radley and my Pomeranian, Roxy Louise. We write all day long. At night though, when it’s time to close up the laptop, we crack open a cold one and dance! (Not really. Usually we just crawl into bed because we’ve been sitting in front of the laptop for 14 hours!)
Secret #5 – I firmly believe everyone has a right to their own opinion and I firmly believe this world would be a much happier place if everyone else believed that, too – especially when it comes to the Internet. If you disagree with me, great! Explain your opinion and try to change my mind, because you just might be right. But if the best you can do is call me stupid (or worse) how smart does that make you?