“I can’t take them. I’m in Atlanta with no support and I’d have to quit my job,” … More Instant mommy!
This year, I resolve to lose control.
This year I resolve, to lose control.
This year I resolve to lose control!!!!!
Did you hear me?! … More Con·trol (kənˈtrōl/)
Busy and used to being on the go I did NOT see myself buying a tablecloth and apron. Purchasing a tablecloth was pretty huge for me! Don’t get it twisted; I can cook but usually at my discretion and for just me (side-eye). Now, I have a family and forever hungry kids to feed. That said, I was excited about Thanksgiving this year and did a hell of a job hyping them up as well. We shopped together, bought decor, listened to music and journaled about what we are thankful for. … More Thanks and Giving!
I genuinely believe when children are giving a chance, support systems, villages, proper nutrition, bare essentials, resources, and LOVE… They thrive! … More Falling in love – 9 Months later
“Wait, have you considered taking something?”
“Something like what? Pills? Nah, never thought about it. I’m not crazy. Don’t do meds and not trying to get addicted, or have my brain all twisted with side effects.”
“But, you’re obviously depressed.”
My stark reality slapped me, stinging my face a little as I hung up the phone.
Reluctant to admit her making sense, I thought of all the traits that make Black Girls Rock and Black Girls Magic. I evaluated what it really meant to be a strong Black woman. … More Zoloft
“You can’t start school without a new pair of kicks Rahk,” he explained as he dropped the shoes off.
The kids must have told him they didn’t have new shoes. … More 6 months = Summer
He was born September 9th, 1981. A too cool for school, light hearted, goofy and precocious kid, hit the scenes dancing to MJ’s Wanna be Startin’ Somethin’. By the time I arrived we were grooving to Thriller – true 80s babies, three years apart, kissing cousins and partners. We were best-friends! … More Blindsided
While I understand and grew up under the old school – mama era, things have changed. … More Week X
Pride and feelings aside. Let’s write your parents. Aunt B would be proud. … More Petty Betty!
Ever been to the point where you just can’t anymore? Like whatever. Throwing your hands up but it’s no music on. … More Therapist called it surrender