Grillin with the Gov


With all the political turmoil going on in the world right now regardless of what you believe it is important to get involved. Change starts with you the individual not with society.

This past weekend, I was able to attend the 6th annual Gov BBQ, with Gov. Hogan and it really is an honor to hear him speak. His speaking skills portray his down to earth personality  while still articulating his points intelligently.

Posted by Greater Wicomico Republican Women on Saturday, June 24, 2017


Gov. Hogan has done so much for the state of Maryland. You can find out what he has done and is doing here.  

Gov. Hogan is also a Catholic and is doing this for the church as well. You can find that info here.

I am also happy to say that not only is he bringing back jobs to the state of Maryland but he is also working on international relations.

Here we are with First Lady Yumi Hogan (First Korean First Lady ) and the Congressman of South Korea representing the Prime Minister.

The crowd was so diverse it was great to see. So many people came, and we all really enjoyed the fellowship. It was nice to see we aren’t the party of old white men anymore!


Like I said the party of old white men. If you are interested in getting involved click here. 

Inspiring Women in Red

Posted by Greater Wicomico Republican Women on Thursday, June 8, 2017


I wanted to share this amazing video of Del. Marybeth Carozza giving a great speech on how running for office can make a difference. We had such an amazing turn out and I am proud to be apart of organization actually working to make a difference in my community!


St John Neumann Church, Annapolis, MD

I have to say that when I saw an advertisement for this event in my Church Bulletin, I was probably more excited than most people. However I do really feel as Catholics we live our faith through our works. Service work of all kinds is doing Gods work. This does include political public service (I know this fact surprises a lot of people but it is true). The MCC (MD Catholic Conference) describes their mission as “The public policy arm of the Catholic Bishops serving Maryland in the Archdiocese of Baltimore, Wilmington (DE), & Washington (DC)”.

I know what you’re thinking. The Church has a public policy arm? Why would they need a public policy arm? According to the Church:

“Role of the Church in Politics The Catholic Church, its parishes and Church organizations are prohibited by federal law from participating in partisan political activities. The tax-exempt status of a parish or Church organization may be revoked if there is a violation of the law, and other penalties and taxes may also be imposed on any funds spent on prohibited political activities. However, the Church does have a role in politics and public policy formation through activities such as:

  •  Educating Catholics and others on the teachings of the Church as they relate to social policies.
  • Analyzing and measuring policies against the values of the Gospel.
  •  Speaking out on issues, such as those involving the life and dignity of the human person, social justice, the promotion of the common good, and the life of the Church in society.
  •  Encouraging voters to participate fully in the political process

(You can find more information like this here)

Via Arch Dioceses of Wilmington

Lobby Night

I was extremely excited to participate on The Maryland Catholic Conference’s (MCC)  Lobby Night! This free event, allowed Catholics to lobby their opinions (and the Church’s) to their local legislators.

The following Issues were discussed. By clicking the links you can get THE CHURCH’S Opinion on each issues.

BOOST Scholarship Program

Physician-Assisted Suicide

Healthy Working Families Act

The “Trust” Act

 The MCC provided a lot of amazing information for each person to make their own educated decision. It was an amazing opportunity  to reach out to legislators to get our voices heard.

Delegate Chris Adams (R)

One of the delegates we got to meet was Chris Adams. Now even though it is a differing opinion than that of the church I still want to share it with you. Mainly because it is good the hear both sides of an issue (otherwise how would you make an educated choice?)

When asked about the Trust Act, Adams said the following ” [I] Oppose a bill that prevents law enforcement from doing their job of protecting and serving our rule of law. This is really doing ourselves a disservice. “

We also had the pleasure of meeting with Delegate Mary Beth Carozza. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting her before and we always have a good time. 

When I asked her about her opinion, about the Assistant Suicide Bill, she not only said she was opposed to the bill, she even said that she felt that the information sheets the Church provided were really informative and touched on all the key points.  (Click here for more information) 

What  this means to us as Catholics, is that we must pay attention to the world around us. Politics may sound boring, but if you are upset about something this is the system to change it. Staying involved with you community in anyway is doing God’s work. We must always remember that no matter what we do, we should do it for the glory of God.

Moving in the Right Direction!


I am so happy to announce that I was selected to be chair of fundraising, for Greater Wicomico Republican Women!!! Since I have given my life to Christ fundraising and charity have become a huge part of my life. It is something that I am very proud. I am also  proud to do what I can to help promote Christian values in my community. I work along side an amazing like-minded women, who are liked mined working towards our common goal. I am so glad that I have such great women to look up to and I know that moving forward, things are going to be great! I also can’t wait to see what the future brings for all of us!!!



So as many of you have already seen on my Facebook page, I try to stay involved in our local politics in my city. Mainly because I like to know who is making our decisions and how I can make a difference in the world I get opportunities to meet amazing like minded people who also want to make a difference. I encourage all my readers to get out there and vote! Voting for the President is great and you should but at the end of the day that person does not do anything for the pothole on your street, or make choices about your schools, or even the choices about what is illegal and legal in your state. It is on a local level, that real change occurs. If you only change one thing to make the world even slightly better then you did make a difference. Remember its the little things in life that truly matter. I am so proud of the women in my group for standing up for themselves and what they believe. I have met amazing people and some amazing women that I can look up to. I have met women who do “small things with great love” and I am happy to be associated with them! And always remember that one of the best things about America is that we do not all have to agree to make a difference. #RememberThat

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Vote for Kathy!!

Recently I got to meet an amazing woman! Kathy is running for Senator here and Maryland! Local government is soooo important! We must remember that as Americans we do have the power to choose our officials, but that starts on a local level not a federal one. In April Kathy won the primary! We need more strong real woman in office and Kathy is that woman!
Check Kathy out !