There are 24 hours in a day; in 12 hours you will be a sleep again. The speed of light is the time spent in a day. It controls us from various aspects of life… when we awaken, what we eat, and how we entertain and interact with others. By the time I realized how […]Read More The Speed Of Light
Chicago is such a wonderful place to visit. Unfortunately it has one of the worst reputations for crime. I have been going back and forth to the Chicago for two years since I started my new role as a technology consultant. The hotels on the waterway are amazing. This is where you want to stay […]Read More #BLWOTRVL: Chicago
Electrons in space, racing through light making minor impressions on the day. – Hannah N’ Atlanta Everybody want to keep track these days, little attention is given to the overall purpose of life. Old wisdom says count carefully… but what truly matters? When I look back over my life, a lot of s#?! has happened. […]Read More What’s the score…#?!
My life is my greatest masterpiece. Improvements can be made when I am #impeccable with my words. I must follow and believe faithfully that to live fullest, I must first be true to myself. This will take many moments of practice. I am likely to squander away attempts at this. As many of my attempts […]Read More #Sunday Words Of Wisdom —Impeccability
What does the African Diaspora have in common with a Eurasian wildflower dandelion? It’s a play on words but also the signification of the beauty of something often misunderstood. New Orleans native Shantrelle P. Lewis, amazes audiences with her Dandy Lion exhibit at local historic museum Hammond House. Dandy Lion is a photographic art exhibit […]Read More The Lion’s Tooth
The world eagerly awaited the release of her book Becoming In the latter months of 2018. The book captures the opal essence of the phenomenal woman she is. Even after openly admitting smoking pot in her college years, it’s quite hard to judge her. A young fearless black girl from the south-side Chicago. She speaks […]Read More Becoming Michelle Obama
The Two Fridas – Frida Kahlo 1939 (Museo De Arte Modern) The last time I recall being sincerely happy was when I was a child. If I was climbing a tree or enjoying a piece of Mary Jane from the candy store, I was truly phappy. There was no pressure of life. There was no […]Read More Don’t Worry, Be Happy
Ever since the day I had my fibroids removed my hair has not been right. Unbeknownst to me at the time healthy hormones are threatened during procedures such as myomectomy. I wish I knew this in advance of going under the knife. A few months post-procedure, chunks of hair went missing leaving thinning and baldness. […]Read More Oh My, My Hair!
This week marks my last week on a 3 month long project in New Britain CT. The thing about going to a new place is that you don’t know what to expect from the people or the weather; will it or they be nice or shady. The place I ate most at was P.F. Chang’s […]Read More Bye Bye CT
Be weary of folks who make lifetime promises on a first date. They’re either desperate or liars. “More than anything you guard protect your mind, for life flows from it.” —Proverbs 4:23 CEB. When times get rough and people change, know that you are loved and that your mistakes do not define your future path. […]Read More The Gilded Age