I’m still a new Mother

Even though my son is 9 months old I am still a new mother and make mistakes everyday. I still get unsettled when Sinatra cries for long periods of time and I have done everything I know how to calm him down. Before he was born I would watch mommy vlogs so that I can…

Love

When I go outside into the world I see God in every living thing that he created, this let’s me know that He is with me and it gives me peace. I remember when I was a child I would watch my grandmother put on her makeup and get real pretty, I always wanted to…

LETTING GO OF YOUR PRIDE

Now I know that it is very hard for some people to let go of their pride. I have had issues with my pride and could not stand it when people correct me or thought I didn’t know what I was doing. I knew a guy who said to me that his father raised him…

Little Toes

When I met my husband, Jeremy in 2013 he told me that he wanted to name his first son Sinatra. I was a bit thrown off to why but after hearing that the name meant more to him then what most people would of thought. After we were married in 2015 Jeremy and I introduced…

Accepting others for who they are

I am grateful for the life that God has given me. I have seen a lot! I have witnessed a black man become president, the gay rights movement take off, black lives matter movement emerge, and I’ve seen my country grow stronger in areas where it was once weak. Yet, there is still a large…

Learn to Follow with Class and Grace

When I worked for Starbucks I was a Barista for about one year. I then started training for the glorified shift supervisor position. I led a team of nearly 10 to 15 baristas who I trained and coached. I was on top of my game (still am…just an FYI…I haven’t lost it). Everything was going…

Preparing for your BEST day Ever

I know, at some point, you have awaken in the morning and started complaining. You moan about what you may have to face for the day, or how you wished you had more of “this and that,” so you won’t have to do “this, that, or the other.” Well, you know, all that complaining just…