On my day off, I was scrolling through YouTube, which is my source for news, especially if I want to hear what real people think about something, and I was shocked when I came across this! Apparently, people don’t care where they pop off in this day and age. I watched as Audrey Stevenson recorded an altercation between she and an elder at the Potters … Continue reading Trouble in the House: Audrey Stevenson Assault
Yooooooooo! This movie was amazing! Tis the season for Spring break and I have chosen to live in an area where not only do I have to suffer through one week of kids running around eating me out of house and home, I have to suffer for two weeks. Yes Two whole weeks! So as I dropped my girls off to their destinations yesterday morning, … Continue reading Acrimony Movie Review
Out of all the papers I wrote and the presentations I done while pursuing my criminal justice degree, the one concerning police violence was by far my most interesting one. Awkwardly enough, I decided to get into the criminal justice field in 2012 right after the death of Trayvon Martin. If I would have known that the rate of unreasonable deaths within the black … Continue reading Whatever happened to the stair process? Proper police escalation
School shootings are becoming just as common as bad weather in the world we live in today. I remember the first school shooting that I can recall happening was Columbine. I was in the 6th grade, and I remember after it happened several students gathering fro prayer around the flag pole each morning for at least 2 weeks after the incident. We’ve had several since … Continue reading Violence in schools: The Blame Game
I know I haven’t blogged in forever, but this single mom, slash authorpreneur, slash substitute teacher thing isn’t as easy as they make it look in the movies. It’s time consuming and it takes a toll. But everybody can have a dream but it takes a special somebody to actually live there’s and that’s just what I plan to do. The Husband Tour is still … Continue reading She let the devil in: This is what I’ve been doing
So technically I’m not done with my fast as of yet, but I’m coming towards the the finish line (Day 17!!!!!)and I feel like a brand new woman! 😋😋 No I’m not dying of starvation or miserable! The bible tells us to not disfigure our faces as to let people know we are fasting…So cheese!! Lol😆😃😄 All across the country people begin this partial fast … Continue reading Exhilarated After the 21 Day Daniel Fast
On Sunday morning November 5, 2017 as families gathered their belongings to attend First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs in Sutherland Spring Texas they thought It was going to church as usual. Somewhere else, there was a deranged individual with a sinister agenda about to wreak havoc on the lives of many. Just shortly after the 11 o’ clock service started at this small ,intimate … Continue reading Sunday Morning service turned Massacre
There are two things that I look forward every year in the month of the November. The first thing is my birthday( I’ll be the big 31 this year) and the other is the premiere of The Real Housewives of Atlanta! For the next 4 months every Sunday at 8pm Eastern Standard time I will be glued to my t.v for messiness, catiness, and shade … Continue reading Oh November!
As I scrolled down my timeline on September 11, I expected to see countless patriotic posts commemorating the 9/11 attacks close to 20 years ago. Imagine my shock and disbelief when I saw this headline: 19 Year Old Chicago Teen Found Dead in Freezer I was absolutely mortified. Sure this type of thing happens in Chicago all the time, but this young woman was beautiful … Continue reading Kenneka Jenkins: The Case that will Never Close
As we near the end of the year, I have had time to look back on some of the things that I affirmed to myself 10 months ago. One thing that I remember saying as I filed my taxes was that by the end of year it was my goal to be 100% self employed. Now going into the month of November, I am 100% … Continue reading What credentials? Do what you love!