My love for writing and storytelling has allowed me to publish my first children's book, My Happy Ears. I am also the Editor-in-Chief of Arizona Coffea Magazine, a magazine that highlights the Black community in Arizona.
Food for the Soul
Growing up I’ve always felt like an orphan. I knew who my parents were, however, they were not around to raise me. I was fortunate to have my grandmother, Madea (short for Mother Dear). Madea carried a silent strength. She never raised her voice, but you knew when she meant business and when she cooked, he was about her business.
The Little Things
Fresh air A walk on the beach Holding my baby's hand The feel of rain The smell of grass My feet in warm sand It's all about the little things... and the joy they bring
Black History Month: Everyday Hero – WNBA Star Bridget Pettis
For Black History Month, I created a series showcasing our everyday heroes, who work tirelessly day in and day out to give back to their community. The work that they do does not require recognition. The individuals were selected based on their dedication and positive community efforts. The first person being recognized this month is Bridget Pettis.