2019 trials and tribulation · Black girl magic · Feelings · Life Advice · Thoughts

Does you dating have a purpose?

It's been a while since I have posted anything... hip pain has been bothering me, but that will soon be dealt with. Surgery soon.... Lord work out your kingdom agenda in me. I am yours. Let me be a living sacrifice, salt and light. If you bring someone into my life who submit to your… Continue reading Does you dating have a purpose?

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Sometimes I Cry…

This morning I sat down to read my emails like I usually do and for no reason I began to cry. I paused to think, "why am I crying?" I realized for the last 5 years particularly the last past year, I have cried more than I have ever cried in my entire life. A… Continue reading Sometimes I Cry…

2019 trials and tribulation · Black girl magic · Faith · Feelings · Life Advice · Sickle Cell Disease · Spiritual, devotion · Survivors · Thoughts · Warriors

Just a thought I would like to share

If I have learned nothing else in the last five years of my life, I have learned that I can depend on God. I now know, without a shadow of a doubt, that God can and always will hold me up, sit me down, push me forward, pull me back, turn me around, keep me… Continue reading Just a thought I would like to share

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Second Cruise

Carnival Breeze In December 2013 I had lots to celebrate. Major accomplishment was earning my Masters Degree in Education, not only did I just earn that piece of paper I had the highest GPA in the program and was selected to carry my Degree flag. Boy what am honor that was for me to receive… Continue reading Second Cruise

2019 trials and tribulation · Black girl magic · Faith · Feelings · Life Advice · Spiritual, devotion · Thoughts

A Fighting Spirit Is Important, But Not At Home

The Washington Post By: Joy Jones Have you met this woman? She has a good job, works hard, and earns a good salary. She went to college, she got her master's degree; she is intelligent. She is personable, articulate, well read, interested ineverybody and everything. Yet, she's single. Or maybe you know this one. Active… Continue reading A Fighting Spirit Is Important, But Not At Home