Anyone that has grown up in a large city are aware of detours. They are these inconvenient travel nuisances, which appear without rhyme, reason or thought of where you have … Continue reading Unsure Gratitude: The Power Of The Detour
Life is unavoidable. Remember my quote from J.M. Barrie. Here, make it your screen saver or lock screen- Today, right now, I want you to think about the things you … Continue reading Happy About The Hits & Misses
I think of all the fears we have discussed this month, this is the most hectic and chaotic. Fearing the unknown is paralyzing—it allows you to be a hostage in … Continue reading And At Last…The Unknown.
“Light as a feather, stiff as a board.” The Craft was released the summer I turned 15, 1996. I finally watched it on cable during my Junior year of high … Continue reading Did I Tell You About Time I Wanted To Be A Witch?
I have a confession. The first time I went Trick or Treating, I was 8. I went with my cousins in North St. Louis city. Even in retrospect, I wasn’t … Continue reading Why I Stopped Taking My Kids Trick Or Treating
I sat there and watched him. Just like I had so many other times. So many other days. He left just like he always did. From the front door down … Continue reading Let Me Tell You A Story…
“Black history is Black horror.” -Dr. Robin R. Means Coleman This documentary was reviewed in February of this year. I invite you to re-read it, and then come right back. … Continue reading Do You Like Scary Stories? -Part 1