A conversation with my sister had me in tears today. She wanted to know how I was doing, really. I’m … Continue reading Black People Need To Be Loved
Early on into Former US President Barak Obamas’ presidency, a Harvard Professor, Henry Louis Gates was arrested for trespassing in … Continue reading We Are Responsible For Who We Become
This week has been a tough one. I felt a lot of grief which I could not place because it … Continue reading The World Doesn’t Stop For Your Grief
Sometime last year after a rather bruising encounter with a friend where she felt I needed to apologise, not only … Continue reading When I had To Forgive Myself: Not Easy
To the woman who loved me without a career, a job, or the ability to dress myself, eat, drink and … Continue reading It’s Been A While….
A writer friend of mine recently called to share some of her frustration and disappointment upon learning that her friends … Continue reading Even Friends Will Let You Down Sometimes
For those of you who are regular readers of my blog, you will know that my family is very important … Continue reading When Your Family Lets You Down: Chin-up
April is my birthday month. The only time I “celebrated” my birthday on my own was on my first year … Continue reading Age: Nothing but a number?
I am late. I have been running behind on my “I have learnt” blogging challenge to myself which was inspired … Continue reading 2020: When Keeping Your Distance is Loving
I was in the midst of rearranging my mind, shifting the priorities of my heart while reflecting and maybe even … Continue reading #OnLockDown: Friendship Without Borders