Playlist Top Four

Welcome to the first installment of my Playlist Top Four, a new segment on my blog! Why not just do top five? ... Because I like the number four better. This is basically me sharing with you guys some of my tops songs of the month. Each song title is linked to the corresponding YouTube Video,... Continue Reading →

For a Rainy Father’s Day

There are several great ways to celebrate Father's Day and on a rainy day like today, I can only imagine that a few cookout plans have been postponed. Still, there's always a way to make those special men in our lives feel appreciated. 

For The Things That Say “Summer”

It happens every summer. I don't know how, I don't know why, but I've sorta developed this "summer routine." It just happens every time summer comes around, and I find myself doing these religiously. For you it may be different, but these are the things that say "summer" to me. 

For The Reasons Not All Lives Matter

I was  scrolling through Facebook (sue me I don't have a Twitter) and I saw yet another post about a young black boy that was shot and killed by a white police officer. A few things that stood out to me about this particular incident: The cop was off duty. The officer had already shot the... Continue Reading →

For College Year One

With freshman year of college out of the way, it's only natural to reflect on some of those very memorable college experiences. And what better way to do that then by comparing college expectations versus reality.

For an Update on Life

Life Update: College....enough said. But, in the spirit of self-reflection and stuff here are a few things to remember when going through life changes (things that I will carry with me during this change in my life). I am FEARFULLY  and WONDERFULLY made. YOU ARE SO MUCH STRONGER THAN YOU BELIEVE. You, my friend, are... Continue Reading →

My Roots

My roots will remain-strong and proud- like my history. God said my roots are too beautiful for them NOT to become A TREE.

The Graduation Chronicles Vol. 3

In honor of my graduation, my father came all the way from Philadelphia to visit. We made plans to go out and enjoy the town for a while and, because my father came without a car, I had to drive us around as the official chauffeur. Now, I got my license a while back, but I... Continue Reading →

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