Pearl Cleage is an African American writer and author whose work has been widely recognized in the world of fiction and non-fiction. She is well-known for her novel What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day and her play Blues for an Alabama Sky. I'm actually looking forward to reading that novel and I hope … Continue reading Pearl Cleage
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
Whatever it is that you are doing or pursuing, give it your best. When the bad comes, don't buckle or give in. Look for ways to overcome it or get around it. Obstacles are there to see if we have what it takes to overcome them and we do. That strength lies deep within you. … Continue reading Monday Morning Positivity
Good Morning everyone! Just a little Thursday inspiration to start off your day. Whatever it is that you are going through, hang in there and don't give up. Things may be tough now, but you are a lot more tougher. Whatever it is that is stressing you, it will eventually pass and you will come … Continue reading Good Morning!
In a world where many people tend to wear a facade or "different faces", have the confidence and the courage to be yourself. Be kind towards all, be respectful towards all and don't be afraid to stand for what you believe in. Shine on everyone and be the best person you can possibly be! Until … Continue reading Some Morning Inspiration
Grace Emily Ogot was a Kenyan author, nurse and journalist. Together with Charity Waciuma, she was the first Anglophone female Kenyan writer to be published. Grace Ogot, in my opinion, was phenomenal when it came to quotes. She was highly intelligent, educated and a great fictional storyteller. I wanted to share one of Grace Ogot's … Continue reading Grace Ogot
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