If you have been paying attention to the news, you know very well who Jemel Roberson was. I say was because he is now deceased. What caused his untimely death? Four shots from a trigger happy police officer. A police officer who was informed by several of the patrons that Jemel was the security guard. … Continue reading Jemel Roberson
As December draws closer and closer, I find myself becoming more and more nonchalant or unconcerned about a lot of things. I'm trying my best to prepare myself mentally, physically and emotionally for the one year anniversary of my father's passing. I was due to do a few literary magazine interviews this month, but I … Continue reading My Heart Isn’t In It
I was asked, why am I expressing such a dislike for the "standard" BMI index? Because it's unrealistic for Black women like myself who are well-endowed in the hips, thighs and buttocks area. Keep reading because I'll be sharing a few more pictures at the end of my post to support my stance. I can't … Continue reading It’s Because…
*I'll be sharing pictures of Black women who are considered overweight based on their BMI index. It's important for me to note that these women are active and healthy despite being considered overweight.* I'll be the first to admit that there is a problem with obesity globally. Some of it is due to health problems … Continue reading Overweight? Nah, Not Even Close
I've been contemplating whether or not I should blog about this recent "event", but then I decided to go for it. After all, I can laugh about it now... This Wednesday around 4:30 in the morning, I heard something scratching on my roof. The scratching was so loud that it woke me up. This "thing" … Continue reading Night Terrors
Some of my relatives came to me recently and told me that they are in a friendly competition with one another. They asked if I wanted in on this "competition". 🤔 Seeing how we are all very competitive, I had to first find out what this family competition was all about... One of my lovely … Continue reading Oh It’s On!
I honestly can't understand how so many people can go through life with their friends and social circles all the same color. How close-minded and insecure. I say insecure because most people have trouble connecting with someone of a different race other than them. They also lack confidence because it's "safe" for them to surround … Continue reading For the Culture (Late Post)