I grew up in St. Louis. I grew up where there is nothing but the talk of baseball season permeating every conversation from here to Chicago. I mean, Opening Day? … Continue reading March Madness: Black Women Be Knowin'
The President is that in name only, Dr. Anthony Fauci is facepalming, state government is overtaxed, nurses are being thrown into this fray with nothing else to hang on to … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-03/27/2020
As of this posting, we (my family and friends) are at about Day 9-10 of a self-imposed/mandatory quarantine. Now, my parents are Baby Boomers. I had a grandma that farmed. … Continue reading March Madness: This Is Where We At?
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is not, was not on the list of how I wanted to spend my March. This month, with the impending 11th birthday of my youngest daughter, is … Continue reading March Madness: Stir Crazy, Cabin Fever, Kids Are Drinking All The Milk… And We Need More Wine.
This is the last installment of this series. I hope, I pray, my wisdom (and fears in some cases) have sparked conversations with you and the people you love. If they … Continue reading Week 5-What I Want Your Son To Know
In the current culture, there is a shift towards everything mystic, cystral-powered, and the drawing of the what is called the Divine Feminine.Here is a brief definition (taken from Anna-Thea.com): … Continue reading Week 4-Not Every Tooth Is A Smile: The Cost Of Rape Culture
When I started school, we were constantly being taught not to talk to strangers. We were constantly taught not to get into stranger’s cars, take things from them, and to … Continue reading Week 3-Talking To Strangers