Let’s talk about the magic of Christmas. You know, Santa and his crew sliding down chimneys leaving presents for good little boys and girls and lumps of coal for those who have been naughty. Is it all a bunch of smoke? Is it fair to believe in Santa when so many families are struggling financially especially during COVID? I saw this post online and wanted … Continue reading Christmas Magic or Just A Bunch of Smoke?
It’s the attempted delivery of a compliment but once received we don’t quite know where to put the Thank You! You know, the ones that start with “I love your shirt!” 🙂 but ends with “But I would NEVER wear that color!” 😦 Yeah…that moment Sometimes a back handed compliment is simply when a person opens their mouth and inserts foot- on accident. Most times … Continue reading Backhanded Compliment
For the past 6 months I’ve been completing what should have been a 5-day inspirational plan titled How Do I Find My Calling? This plan helped me to dig deep and reach the surface of my insecurities. A much needed soul cleansing. I’ve decided to share the plan and a few of my responses. Question: If you could do anything you wanted to do, you … Continue reading Life Lessons
As I travel to say my goodbyes to my dear uncle who suddenly passed away from pancreatic cancer, I can’t help but notice all the empty promises I have made, the to-do list I never finished and the dreams I half accomplished. At this moment, life has never felt shorter. As the scripture resonates within my soul, no one knows the day or hour. By … Continue reading Motivated By Death
Pimpin’ ain’t easy and neither is Bloggin’ When I decided to live true to my creative self, I thought that setting up a blog would be nice and easy. Fast forward a few months later and I haven’t done much… besides posting this blog… on me not having done much! Every so often I have to remind myself that there is no competition. I’m in … Continue reading Bloggin’ Ain’t Easy
“Life remains unchanged till a leap of faith runs towards heaven” Life is about taking chances. It is through these leaps of faith that we uncover our strong and successful selves. Moving from South Carolina to New Mexico was definitely not as graceful as I would’ve hoped. Leaving my loved ones to live in an unfamiliar place felt more like a crash-landing. I didn’t have … Continue reading Ungracefully Leaping