LMBOOOOOOO 

I'm telling you, I have the most hilarious family and friends. They showed me a video which I will share tonight that had me in tears! Once you click the link and watch it, you'll see why. Don't be alarmed by the picture below. It's not what it may seem.  Go ahead and click here. Prepare … Continue reading LMBOOOOOOO 

Conversations of Race in the Workplace 

This morning I had a conversation with a colleague at work regarding my ancestry test I submitted. He's White and as you know, I'm Black and of Native American descent. I have no issue talking about race because I have friends from various racial backgrounds and we talk about race quite often. That's the beauty … Continue reading Conversations of Race in the Workplace 

A Look Back 

With 2018 just around the corner, I decided to take a moment to look back over this past year. There have been some good times and there have been some bad times, but I am still here! A year ago, I had no one following or subscribed to any of my social media outlets. It … Continue reading A Look Back 

Readers Request 

One of the things I enjoy about my blog is using it as a platform to educate, entertain and promote my written works. It keeps my blog interesting and because of that, readers often come back for more. I had some readers outside of the United States inquire about the horrors of slavery. They read … Continue reading Readers Request 

It’s Complicated 

Good Evening wonderful people! I sincerely hope that each of you are doing well. I've been tied up quite a bit with my first novel series The Chronicles of Neffie, but in between that time I'm still able to answer some of your questions. When I posted about doing an ancestry test to find out what … Continue reading It’s Complicated 

Binta’s Theme 

One of my friends sent me a YouTube link to listen to a soundtrack entitled Binta's Theme. She thought I would like it because it contains African drums, violins and the singing of young African children. I was a little hesitant to hear it at first because I didn't know what to expect, but in … Continue reading Binta’s Theme