There's a surefire way to fight against evil and win. Let it end with you.
What we seek is hidden in plain sight. We put it there to create mystery in our lives.
There's nothing new under the sun (or in front of it, if you include Monday's total eclipse.) There are, however, new ways of seeing old things. "the species that survives is the one that is able to adapt to and to adjust best to the changing environment in which it finds itself" ~Leon C. Megginson
I'd probably watch any Shirley MacLaine movie and while I was online tearing up folks' safe spaces today, I found "The Last Word" . If I had to guess the movie's plot - it would be moppet (Ann' Jewel Lee), a young black girl saves old white woman who saves young white woman (Amanda Seyfriend).... Continue Reading →
I accosted a man today. Maybe accost is a strong word but his initial body language indicated that I might have invaded his space. Before the encounter he was moving at a leisurely pace with his canine ... a pooch who looked a lot like this ... and my curiosity pulled me into his... Continue Reading →
The Miss Universe Organization crowned Miss Missouri Teen USA, Sophia Dominguez-Heithoff as Miss Teen USA 2017, today. Yes, I know. Normally, I don't pay attention to pageants either. I don't watch or root for the hometown representative - nothing. When I became an adult, I turned up my nose at all pageants. I was... Continue Reading →
When opportunity knocks don't jam the door on it. In 1989, Super Music Producer Doctor Freeze offered the song "Poison" to our girl rap group, Flexx, to record but we passed on it. The R & B group Bell Biv Devoe went on to record it and sell more than 4 million copies! #oldschoolrap #90s... Continue Reading →
Heads up! Choice hotels sent notice that my rewards points are set expire. I hate to lose anything so it sent me into a panic. OK, I'm exaggerating. I have options and if you find yourself in this position you do too. If you've accumulated a few points (1000 or more) but aren't looking to... Continue Reading →
Before Instagram, there were picture books with a complement of editorial copy that could be considered the literary version of the popular social networking site of today. One of those books, I consider one of the most enlightening books that I've read on Africans in America is "A Pictorial History of the Negro in America"... Continue Reading →