2020 Decade · Faith · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Spiritual, devotion

Mid Year – Thanksgiving

HALF YEAR . Happy Sunday, If you are reading this, you have made it to the second half of 2020. Congratulations and may the odds be in your favor. May the Good lord continue to bless you through the remainder of the year. So far I have endured being safe through a PANDEMIC out break… Continue reading Mid Year – Thanksgiving

2020 Decade · Black girl magic · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Survivors

Facebook Memories

This facebook memory had me tearing you yesterday because it signify the how and were is all started and the meaning of most days about my blogging. Andrea Poyotte is feeling pained.June 14, 2014 · Petersburg, VA ·  Sickle cell crisis....pain.... Morphine... The struggle is real! ....Live love laugh learn! Happy Sabbath! June 17, 2014 · South Richmond, Virginia ·  Day 5 of… Continue reading Facebook Memories

2020 Decade · Black girl magic · Faith · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Spiritual, devotion · Survivors

Basic Checking in

I am all settled after my move got all the kinks worked out not to my satisfaction but I am too blessed to be stressed and too anointed to be disappointed. So after getting out the FUNK of all that has been going on with BLM mixed with Quarantine I am trying to make the… Continue reading Basic Checking in

2020 Decade · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Spiritual, devotion · Survivors · Thoughts · Warriors · Writing

Facebook Memories

May 20, 2017  After a long day of flying and a week of rejuvenating my mind body and soul I have a letter.... Dear Life, Lupus and Sickle Cell, If you want me to bow, I will stand up straight. You can kick me down today but I will stand tomorrow. If you want me… Continue reading Facebook Memories

2020 Decade · Faith · Feelings · Life after a coma · Spiritual, devotion · Thoughts · Writing

Pandemic moving

This is a transparent Testimony post - part 1. 2020 is my season to reap what I have sown, my season for greatness, my season for favor. COVID-19 with all it's obstacles will not take away the plans GOD had for me. I haven't written in a while, mainly because I have been packing, driving,… Continue reading Pandemic moving

2020 Decade · Faith · Feelings · Life Advice · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Spiritual, devotion

Reasons to avoid Anxiety

Reasons to Avoid Anxiety There are many reasons we should avoid anxiety.  First, anxiety goes against Scripture. In Matthew 6:25-34, Jesus says three times in this one passage, “Do not be anxious, do not be anxious, do not be anxious.” For those of us who are believers, we affirm that we believe in God and His… Continue reading Reasons to avoid Anxiety

2020 Decade · Black girl magic · Feelings · Life Advice · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease

Facebook Memories….

I have chosen to do a little social media distancing - especially from Face book.. but the past few times I have looked back I see some great post that I made. I decided to copy a few to remind me who I was before this coma made changes in my life. I have been… Continue reading Facebook Memories….

2020 Decade · Black girl magic · blogging · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Thoughts · Travel

50 in Paris

I have envisioned having my 50th birthday personally looking at this view for real. Ok, so 50 is just a few years from now not that few because I already booked a cruise for my 49th which is next year. I can't wait till the world is healed because I have not given up on… Continue reading 50 in Paris

2020 Decade · Black girl magic · blogging · Life after a coma · Sickle Cell Disease · Survivors

Anxiety – my ignorance was bliss

Anxiety, holding Magnifying Glass. Studio Shot Have you ever done something so risky that you were unaware of until you stopped took time and think about it and really analyze what you just did? Let me give you an example and I know I am not the only person this has happened to but ever… Continue reading Anxiety – my ignorance was bliss

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Alone vs. Lonely

I originally wrote this August 25, 2019 .. it was in my draft lost writings. The more things change the more things remain the same. This weekend was filled with just lonely thoughts. Not really in the physical aspect of being lonely more of being alone. Yes, two different concepts. You can be alone without… Continue reading Alone vs. Lonely

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P.A.I.N.

Pain caused by emotional distress is more deeply felt and longer lasting than that caused by physical injuries, according to a new study. Aug 28, 2008. Read Now having been through both I can understand why research says this. If there is anything I have learned about pain in my life is that, unless you experience that specific kind of pain you… Continue reading P.A.I.N.

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Good Bye 2019

It's been a while I have been able to sit and write something, but the hip journey had been difficult. I finally had my surgery on December 13, 2019. I spent my 47th birth in pain and about 8 hours discharged from the hospital, Thanksgiving was a lonely dinner and Christmas was spent sleeping the… Continue reading Good Bye 2019