I stepped onto my front porch and was immediately greeted by the gleaming summer sun. It was only ten in the morning and already the heat was claiming victims. But coming outdoors was helping me get rid of cabin fever. I'd been cooped up in the house since I got off the early morning shift at my janitor job at a hotel at the National Harbor yesterday. My boy Ricky had knocked on my front door minutes ago to holla at me, he was now leaning against the trunk of my old model Mustang which was parked at the curb directly in front of this cheap one-bedroom house I was fortunate to be able to rent. It wasn't much and you had to squint your eyes to find some beauty in it, but it was better than living in my car, which was actually the case a year ago.
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Friday, September 21, 2018
David recently buried his father and is left feeling unworthy of his inheritance, or is it really pride? He tries to do everything in his own power to overcome the obstacles of life that he faces but keeps falling flat on his face, especially when the answer to his problem is right in front of him.
Monday, August 27, 2018
I recently finished this three book series (part 4 hopefully will be ready soon) and I had to share for anyone else like me that love to read historical fictions. It's called The Black Series written by Joan Vassar. It's set in the 1860's and takes you into the lives of Black and his family dealing with slavery and the fight for freedom.
Monday, August 13, 2018
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Saturday, June 16, 2018
Some of you may know that I'm an island girl born and raised in the Bahamas. One of the customs we've adopted when the country was under British leadership was drinking tea. You're truly from the Caribbean if you grew up believing tea had some miraculous abilities.