... something that suddenly fails or becomes unable to continue in a normal and effective way. That's the definition of the phrase "when the bottom falls out". I have known this feeling almost consistently in my life as a Black American woman. Especially, when it comes to people. I had to learn that some people … Continue reading When the bottom falls out…
Maybe amor fati is the only thing I have left. #MommyFab
When I am loved I feel as though I am safe. #MommyFab
I decided the toxic social hierarchy of American society and how it hates Black women was longer my burden to carry. #MommyFab
The last thing I want to say is that life doesn't end after divorce, it changes radically, though. You change. Your preferences changes. What you won't and will allow will change. #MommyFab
Believe people's actions over their words. People's treatment of you will always reveal the truth. #MommyFab
WHEN PEOPLE SHOW YOU WHO THEY REALLY ARE, please, please believe them the first time. #MommyFab
... but leave my beautiful Black ass out of it. Recently, I was reflecting about the past relationships I have had and like a runaway freight train, it hit me. Some of the men I have been romantically or sexually linked to hated themselves for being Black and they hated dark-skin Black women in tandem. … Continue reading I am sorry you hate yourself….
I'm happy to be alive, writing this blog post because things could have went a lot differently. Upwards and Onwards #2020.