My family, from what I have been told and taught, have been bootleggers, moonshiners, sharecroppers and farmers. One of my favorite memories growing up is the natural light in my … Continue reading Learning To Watch The Sunrise…Even In A Pandemic.
My writer friend Ashley Yates said something last year that has stuck with me: “Black women take care of Black women.” It has taken this pandemic just to see how … Continue reading In The Middle Of A Start-Over…
Let me be mad. Black women have more than three emotions. The three emotions most of the world think that women have is: rage, love and bitterness. And they think … Continue reading In & Out, Upside Down
I was an anomaly growing up: pretty, smart and Black. I went to public school, had college educated parents, and was reading by age 4. I got my first library … Continue reading 28 (29) Days Of Blackness: Letter To The Rest Of My Awkward Black Kin-I Love All Of You.
The Impeachment Hearings are looking like a episode of Divorce Court, Kanye West is now joining a force of missing Black folk in the Sunken Place to form a Supercoon … Continue reading RUNITBACK FRIDAY-01/24/2020
Can you believe it? This year has 29 days, and there are 29 days to the start of a new decade. But I want to take today to recognize not … Continue reading ‘Tis The Season
Dearest ones, I want you to know one thing. You are more than what you think you are. You deserve more than what you think you do. The idea of … Continue reading Self-Care Means Realizing The Things You Deserve.
SEPTEMBER HAS ARRIVED! It’s back to school time. The weather is changing, the world is shifting gears getting ready for the holiday season…there’s so much to do. The time is … Continue reading You Need You