Sometimes we can be too consumed about other people and what's going on in their lives. If you ask me, that's a frivolous waste of one's time and I don't like to waste my time. I've been accused of "not caring" at times, but I can tell you that's not always the case. It's just … Continue reading Focus on What Really Matters
From time to time, I like to respond to questions via my blog. Most times it is requested that I respond via my blog and at other times the option is left open to either respond directly back to the reader or on my blog. Tonight, I have a question that was posed to me … Continue reading Worth a Try
Good Evening on this Monday! How is everyone doing? I hope to find each of you doing well. I'm sure you can tell by the title of my blog post that I recently saw a documentary on Al Green. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Al Green, he is a famous rhythm and … Continue reading Al Green
Listen here, I'm Team Android. Always have been and always will be. Why on earth would I want a phone with very limited customization options? Not only that, why would I want a phone with certain apps that I will never use stuck on my screen? Huh? Huh? Nita wants nuthin' to do with iPhones … Continue reading iPhones Suck! Yeah, I Said It!
Domestic violence is becoming an epidemic. Domestic violence consists of physical, mental, emotional and even sexual abuse. For those of you who have been following my blog for quite some time, you know how strongly I feel about rape. Sad to say, rape is used often in relationships plagued with domestic violence and abuse and … Continue reading No Excuse for Domestic Abuse
Good Evening! I hope that each of you is doing well. You know I like to blog about inspirational stories and I have another one for you today. It's about two beautiful fraternal twin girls named Jada and Maya. Keep reading because I have an adorable 2 minute clip of them to show you. Jada … Continue reading Jada & Maya: An Inspirational Special Needs Story
Jane Elliott is a retired third grade school teacher, activist, speaker and traveling educator. She became world famous for her Blue Eyes Brown Eyes experiment after Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. What makes Jane so different from other White activists is her ability to trigger gut-wrenching emotions out of her White counterparts. Something that … Continue reading Jane Elliott