Pearl Watkins raised ten children as a single parent in the small town of Maddox, Louisiana in the 1950s. The children were like stairsteps because they were born one or two years apart. Of the ten children, there were eight girls and two boys. Pearl wanted a boy so she kept having babies until the ninth child was a boy. She loved Bernard so much that she has another boy that she named Grayson. Bernard and Grayson seemed to get all the attention, but the girls didn't mind because there were eight of them. They played together, wore each other's clothes, and even bickered among themselves.
The cast, crew, and viewers of Greenleaf on OWN said a benediction after the series ended on Tuesday, August 11, 2020. While there will be no Season 6, there will be the next best thing. According to creator and writer Craig Wright, there will definitely be a Greenleaf spinoff. After the finale, Wright revealed quite a bit of information in an interview with TVLine.
Senator Kamala Harris was already well known by some who follow politics. However, there are some interesting things that people might not know about the person who will be on the ticket along with Joe Biden for the 2020 Presidential Election.
Season 5 of Greenleaf is the last season for the popular television drama series, created by Craig Wright and executive produced by Oprah Winfrey that airs on OWN. Most fans knew it would be the last season, but they didn't know the season would be so short. The other four seasons had from 10 to 16 episodes, but Season 5 has only 8 episodes with the last one airing on Tuesday, August 11, 2020. When Season 5 ends, there would have been a total of 60 episodes.
Like a lot of foods, Doritos came about by accident. In fact, Doritos were once staled tortillas that had been thrown in the trash. Soon after Disneyland opened in Anaheim, California in 1955, a Mexican restaurant was available for customers called Casa de Fritos. The menu included tamales, enchiladas, and plenty of corn chips.
Congressman John Robert Lewis, an American politician and civil rights leader died of Stage IV pancreatic cancer on Friday, July 17, 2020, at the age of 80. He made the announcement about the disease in a statement on December 29, 2019.