It be just meand the babies having funI enjoy just listening to ’emplaying with each otherlaughing and carrying onLittle feet running through the houseleaving flowers and sunshinein the floorwith every stepInnocence in the simplest questionscoupled withmaturity passed down from the ancestorsI like to hear ’em fuss tooGoing back and forth with each otherlike dey old […]Wallflowers — Poetic Monologues
Being Black is not exhausting. Racism is. Don’t ever tell your beautiful Black self that you are exhausting. Yes, we get tired and are exhausted and must be diligent about taking our rest, setting healthy boundaries. But our experience is nothing less than a miracle AND we manage to energize everything we touch no matter […]Being Black is not exhausting. Racism is. — GirlrillaVintage the Blog
Today in her-story, the world lost the amazing entertainer, Josephine Baker.
Grace in Retail is my comedic short e-book that is a close account about my time as a retail manager. With holiday shopping being an experience in itself this year, I thought I’d make this little gem free for all to download from Amazon December 10th – 12th.
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I honestly hadn’t realized it had been almost a year since I posted on my blog. Life… mercy.
Well, I picked up a Master’s in Africana Women’s Studies and now I am absolutely stupid happy that I am studying theatre again. Last semester I dipped my toe in an acting class to sharpen my chops and immediately fell in love with theatre again. why did I ever leave you? So I am aiming for a PhD in Theatre and Performance Studies. It’s necessary. It’s necessary to continue my interdisciplinary approach as well. It’s also necessary to stay creative. While getting my MA it was all work… no play. That’s not healthy for me. I know me.
It’s midterms so I actually need to finish up on some papers due by the end of the week. I promise to be back in touch in less than two weeks.
The U.S. marriage rate has hit a record low, according to the Good Men Project. About 57% of adults got married 10 years ago, but only 51% are getting married now. Researchers think they know why. A new study shows women are happier when they don’t have children or a husband to go home to. That […]
I don’t want to keep talking about being in my feelings, writing about the things that hurt me the most. Physically and internally not being able to love and respect me enough is becoming a real burden. I mean like I do, but I don’t know how to sit with my sadness, issues, and shortcomings without talking a cloud […]
What my mama told me My mama told me to grow up And be beautiful like our sunset, But what she forgot to tell me Was to pack a gun for the world I was growing into had men with no scruples And no respect for women So before the sunset I had packed my […]