Misuse, Abuse & Dish Towels

Ever have a person, or more than one person, decide you weren’t of value? I think most people have had that experience. We jump up and down, arms raised, screaming at the top of our lungs, “Hey you! Know my value! Know my worth!” and yet said person keeps on going about their normal way… Continue reading Misuse, Abuse & Dish Towels

Domestic Violence Awareness

In all of the stories I’ve heard concerning domestic violence, the theme in them is that, even with all the craziness and chaos and danger, it’s still hard to leave that person. I can resonate with that. I know that we logically may not understand desiring someone who is harming us, but the heart is complex. When we give our emotions and being to someone else, it can be hard to just walk away.

Urban Stories Book Launch!

A very long time ago I envisioned what my life would be like. But then I grew up and learned that I was completely wrong. Anyone else been there?🙋🏾‍♀️🙋🏾‍♀️🙋🏾‍♀️ Still, somewhere deep in the crevices of my heart there were some things there that were hidden, even from me, and God made sure to bring them to pass. Being a writer is one of those things.

The 50-Year-Old Whole Single

She walked down the aisle with tears glistening and made eye contact with so many of her guests, mouthing the words “thank you”. It was the first wedding I had been to where the bride did such a thing. Demonstrating so much humility and gratefulness with each step forward for the people standing in the… Continue reading The 50-Year-Old Whole Single

He Came To Set the Captive Free

Twenty-three days ago three young women were freed.  They had been held captive for over a decade and the sad thing is they were held hostage a mere 3 miles from their abducted locations. A mere 1 mile from my current residence in Cleveland, OH. Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry & Gina DeJesus had their lives… Continue reading He Came To Set the Captive Free