A writer just doing what I do best.... Write!
What's My Sign?
What’s your sign? That is the question that I always ask when I meet someone. I ask because this makes it easy for me to relate to the person at hand. I associate that person with someone else that I know. For example, if I meet someone that is a Taurus, I know that they will be stubborn, loyal, and everything must go their way. I know this because my moms' is a Taurus. Not every time it works but more than not it usually does help me make a general distinction of their character.
Born March 18, 1970, in New Jersey in poverty like most black people at the time. She grew up in and around the streets just enough to gain the intricate details of the underworld. She had a couple of obstacles along her way through her adolescence and teenage years. However, she found her passion. Music.
Health & Wellness
The most disrespected thing in life is a black woman. Malcolm X said that back in 1962. A quote that shouldn’t be but is still relevant today. Behind every good man is a woman but behind every great man is a black woman. Black women have been the crazy glue that has held this country together and it is time that they are recognized for their accomplishments.
Heartbreak & Heartache
As Valentine's day approaches the majority of us may be getting ready to have a date night with our significant other, or snuggle up and have a movie night considering the circumstances of the world we live in today, or some just might stay in the bed and do what grown folks do.
Bubbah I wiped the cold from my eyes and hopped out of the bed. I headed to the kitchen to get the coffee ready. I called out to my grandpops as I grabbed the coffee filters from the cabinet. He didn’t respond. I finished preparing the coffee and headed down the hall to his room.
The Little Black Book
The Little Black Book They were best friends. They never were without the other which is why it was quite devastating for Ronnie when Beam left Oakland California to live with his pops in Sacramento. Ronnie was lost for the first couple of weeks. He lost him homie.