I always judge a place by its bathroom. I tend to find most public toilets gross, just by the mere fact, many people use them. For the most part, I can use them, as long as they are cleaned well. In 2014, I was part of a team that organized the Sondeka festival. The festival
For a very long time I thought I lacked seriousness in my career path because I kept shifting from one path to another. Still in the same field of communications but I always thought you needed to stick to one, perfect it and become the authority everyone seeks for decades to come. I kicked off
2019 has been a whirlwind of things. Emotionally I have been ripped to pieces and steadily pieced back together again. The process is still incomplete. I have had conversations with people and myself showing me how much more work I have ahead of me to restore my emotional and mental health. My past has played
As the year comes to an end there is a lot I am saddened by, but I also find there is something to celebrate. Initially, I thought the year would end I would have absolutely nothing to show for it at all. Then through the fits and starts, Mary, my good pal kept nudging me
For the past 3 weeks, I have made an effort to get back and prayerfully stay on the writing bandwagon. I have shared flash fiction stories with you. But after the week I have had thus far, and remarkable conversations with phenomenal friends I feel the need to share my introspection this week. The
I have been binge-watching a lot of shows on Netflix. I finally reached my quota and hit the breaks when I wrapped up all four seasons of Queer Eye and hit the halfway mark on season three of RuPaul’s Drag Race. I knew I needed to stop and rejoin reality, my reality, a painful reality.