Pimples. Bumps. Black heads. White heads. Raise your hand if you like to pop these. 🙋🏾♀️ I enjoy popping pimples, bumps, black heads and white heads. In an odd way, I find it to be relaxing. My family and friends love it whenever I do it because they say it feels good. When I was … Continue reading Dr. Pimple Popper
Roxie Roker was a beautiful Bahamian-American actress who is well known for her role as Helen Willis on The Jeffersons. Before her role catapulted her into the limelight, she was a reporter for a local news station in New York and a children's advocate. Roxie was very proud of her Bahamian roots and whenever she … Continue reading Roxie Roker
I was asked, What do I want to accomplish with The Chronicles of Neffie series? I have only two goals in mind since I already accomplished my first one which was to become an award winning author. One, I would like for The Chronicles of Neffie to be a best selling indie author series and … Continue reading Goals for Neffie
Tracing your roots can be overwhelming and time consuming; especially if you are Black. One service that has been very helpful, especially for Black people, is Ancestry.com. No offense to MyheritageDNA, but they are no where near as accurate as Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com is far more accurate and detailed than any other DNA testing service (i.e. … Continue reading Ancestry and Surprising Discoveries
Claudine is a 1974 African American romance comedy and drama starring Diahann Carroll and James Earl Jones. It's a movie about a Black woman who finds love while trying to raise her six kids in Harlem, New York. The cast is dynamic and the acting by Diahann Carroll and James Earl Jones is simply spectacular. … Continue reading Claudine
Yes, you read my blog title right. BookingAnita is proud of her poor roots. Not too many people will admit that, but I'm one of the few who will. Before things got better for me and my family, things were really tough and I do mean tough. We had some rough patches for a time, … Continue reading Proud of My Poor Roots
Growing up in a household surrounded by music is one of my favorite childhood memories. It was nothing for me to wake up and see my Mama jamming and dancing to music. It amazes me how our moves are so similar to the dance moves of our African relatives (i.e. Nigerian) I truly believe that … Continue reading Who Else Does This?