For the first time in my life, I have laryngitis, which means most things are unspeakable for me right now.
After reading the news today, I can’t speak about some unspeakable stories. However, I can write my thoughts and feelings here.
It’s unspeakable to me how many mass shootings there are in the USA. When my son got into the University of Edinburgh and a few USA colleges in 2016, I spoke to him about my preference of where he might go to school. I spoke of my belief that he would be safer outside of the USA because of all the unspeakable school shootings and the unspeakble access to guns here.
It’s also unspeakable to me how a person in power can speak unspeakably unkindly about other people, even war heroes.
Even though my thoughts and feelings are unspeakable right now, I can still share photos from my first day back in the USA.
Yes, Michael’s meals are unspeakably good. I can’t speak to why we saw coconuts on the beach yesterday.
Here‘s Jimmy Kimmel speaking about President Trump’s attempt to speak directly to Hindi-speakers.
Please feel free to share speakable and unspeakable thoughts and feelings in the comments section, below.
As always, I need to somehow speak my gratitude to those who helped me create this unspeakable blog post and — of course! — to YOU.