When walking in your purpose becomes uncomfortable

For the past several weeks, I’ve been surrounded by the most important people in my life and cocooned in their love. It was nice to be home from almost two months and there is truly no place like home. But last week after anticipating and finally receiving a clean bill of health from my doctor … Continue reading When walking in your purpose becomes uncomfortable

Check yourself, before you wreck yourself

How often do you check yourself? Let me be clear on what I mean by, “check yourself.”  I don’t mean getting checked for std’s or performing self-breast exam, which are also important; I mean, how often do you stop and say, “I’m trippin, let me re-evaluate how I’m handling this situation.” I think I probably … Continue reading Check yourself, before you wreck yourself

A shower for one please

Has an ex ever showed up at your place unannounced, and if so, how did you handle it? Check out this excerpt from my novel, "A Life Less Interrupted" and how Sharice handle's it when her ex, Jamar, shows up at a very inopportune moment. Enjoy! Teaser (Excerpt) An hour after her run, she desperately needed … Continue reading A shower for one please

The perks of being a wallflower

I know what you're probably thinking, and no, this blog is not about an awkward teenager, who is trying to deal with his best friend's suicide, even though I can say without hesitation, that "The Perks Of Being A Wallflower" is officially one of my favorite movies. This blog is about me, and the new life that … Continue reading The perks of being a wallflower

Laughter is good for the soul

I wasn't sure what I wanted to write about today, but then while texting with a friend, he made a joke that I don't really think he knew I'd get. It was a reference to the hit television show, Sienfeld.  And as I laughed at his joke about not giving me any soup, because he … Continue reading Laughter is good for the soul