F-Bomb Mixtapes: Women of Classic Country

I’ve been on a classic country kick lately. You might catch me belting out “Jolene” with my windows down or giggling at “You’re the Reason Our Kids Are Ugly”. It’s true. I have a soft spot of this genre and especially the women that paved


#WCW: Anne Sexton

#wcw Anne Sexton – American Poet (1928-1974) Anne Sexton began writing poetry at the advice of her therapist, to prevent her from killing herself.  She came from a violent/alcoholic family & sadly her marriage and children were also plagued by this same cycle of alcoholism



It’s incredibly hard and extremely humbling to watch someone die, up close and personal.  I’ve seen it three times now.  My grandfather, just a few months before my brother, then David and just this past weekend, the friend I wrote about previously, who was an


Bombs Away: Blackberry Collins

“Bombs Away” is a new monthly series, by Rachael Roberts, on drink recipes with step-by-step instructions and beautiful photography of the process.  Let’s all give Rachael a warm welcome to the I Am The F-Bomb family with a toast as we try this delicious recipe.


In the News with Amy

New Favorite Tumblr:  Headless Women of Hollywood At the Costume Institute, Couture Meets Technology Meet the woman who guides pregnant teens through Alabama’s terrifying abortion laws All Valedictorians in Birmingham City Schools are girls Silent No More:  French Women Speak Out Against Pattern Of Sexism


F-Bomb Mixtapes: Audrey!

I’m so in love with Audrey!  Her karaoke videos and dance videos are some of my favorite videos to put on when I need a smile and I thought everyone could use a little love and smiles this Thursday morning.  Here are just a few


#WCW: Gelsey Kirkland

#wcw – Gelsey Kirkland – American Ballerina (1952-) Gelsey Kirkland joined the New York City Ballet at the age of 15 & was made principal ballerina 4 years later. She left NYCB to join the American Ballet Theatre so she could dance with Mikhail Baryshnikov.

Broken time

Who’s Keeping Time?

I’ve been told time and time again, through news articles, TV shows, movies and personal conversations, of an internal biological clock, one that every woman has, and when it kicks in my ovaries will ache at the sight of a baby.  I expected to wake