Yes. Another blog about Lemonade because that is what true art does. It not only evokes emotion but it incites cultural enlightenment. I believe Lemonade is more than Beyoncé telling a story about her and her husband. I feel as if she said "I want to tell the story of thousands of women" and that's … Continue reading Lemonade Is Not Beyonce’s Story
Wahala [Wah-ha-lah] 1. Problem Ex: No wahala, I go move. (No problem, I’ll move) 2. Trouble Ex: Wahala dey come. (Trouble is coming.) For many,many years, I've deemed myself unworthy of the trouble and conflict that comes with difficult conversations and conflict resolution. I've been told that I seem as if nothing bothers me. Or … Continue reading I’m Worth The Wahala
I'd like to begin this piece with a confession: I watch Being Mary Jane and I love it. In contrast to the dramatic and somewhat shameful first season; this season, Mary Jane uses her platform to touch on prominent issues in the black community. The show has strategically highlighted issues with race, women, family and … Continue reading Sub tweeting & Unforgiveness.
There is SUCH a disgusting feeling attached with the process of becoming healed. I can't sugar coat that or front about it. It freaking sucks. I hate it. I instantly find ways out of it. I tell my husband to stop … Continue reading Wounded.