Imagine -- Going about your day, carrying on your duties as a dutiful Jewish woman, only to be summonsed by the king, the most powerful man in your known world to come to him. Let's allow that to sink in for a moment... As I hear the story of King David and Bathsheba told over … Continue reading Bathsheba’s #metoo Story
About a year ago, I visited the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in West Potomac Park near the National Mall in Washington D.C. I remember standing there moved to tears as I walked through the memorial. The monument of Dr. King, called The Stone of Hope, is very impressive, standing at 30 feet. Although the … Continue reading Martin Luther King Jr. – Continue the Fight
Have you ever yearned to understand where you fit in your surroundings? Have you ever tried to figure out your purpose within an existence? Have you ever, deep down in your heart, knew that there had to be more than what life placed in front of you? These transcendental questions find their place in Guillermo … Continue reading Movie Review – The Shape of Water
She gently blows through life With not a single care in the world, A formally known artist asked “Could she be the most beautiful girl?” A lovely, carefree spirit As cool as the night air, Bringing comfort to a humid existence She lives her truth for all who dare. She dances through earth’s … Continue reading Wynter Breeze
2017 is coming to an end and I can definitely look back on it and say I have done more activities that bring me happiness, especially in the latter part of the year. More reading, more writing, more spending time with loved ones, more traveling - some of those things on my 100 Things That … Continue reading #Blackout2018 Here I Come!
I enjoy writing and I want to surround myself with more creative, like-minded people who are either writing or are aspiring to write. A friend and I have been talking for a while about beginning a writer's workshop and invite a few people to participate. We're taking the "let's try it and just see what … Continue reading Writing Tips – Starting a Writer’s Workshop
The holidays are quickly approaching us. That means time for family, time for fun and most of all, time for food. I'm a pescatarian attempting to transition to veganism and have cut out many meats from my diet, which means dinners at family gatherings can be hard on a sista. I can remember when I … Continue reading Holiday Family Meals aka Vegan Blues