@Ford is putting the "luxe" back into American made vehicles. Kudos.
#QuirkyQuasiPolymath = ME
And the most powerful thread of this film was the bond between the Mother and her son, for she loved him as best as she knew how - as best as she could and that was a beautiful thing because Black American boys deserve love, they deserve grace and they deserve kindness. #MommyFab #EfabulousHB #LifeAndNothingMore
If you want to share a film about Black American rural life, strife, dreams, dwindling humanity... this is the movie. It's unapologetically raw and in your face. It makes you uncomfortable with any privilege you may have. It makes you hyper aware that Black Americans have not come that far. ~ #MommyFab #EfabulousHB
"Owned, a Tale of Two Americas" is very sobering film that explores post-war institutionalized housing discrimination against Black Americans, in the United States. #OwnedFilm #HoustonCinemaArtsFestival #MommyFab #EfabulousHB
There is an esoteric value that comes with Black American art and Black art from around the globe. That feeling of connection has no monetary value. It's assessed by my soul. #MommyFab #ArtsBeatsAndLyrics #JackHoneyABL #EfabulousHB #JackABLHOU
Disclaimer >> let's get this out of the way now. For the November 9, 2018 #JackHoneyABL event, I was an invited influencer and allowed to view the artwork as media rather than a regular patron. Whilst I did participate in this event as #media, the opinions expressed in this blog post are mine and mine … Continue reading Art, Beats & Lyrics returned to Houston … and it was glorious. Here’s the highlights!
I thought I was going to have a good life. Now I'm sick, desperately wanting to meet my future grandkids. Life, eh???
My Dad told me that "A PICTURE IS WORTH A 1,000 WORDS". I'm a word person. Words matter. Words cut. Words heal. Words hurts. Words without action though are meaningless fodder for life. I don't take pretty pictures. I take pictures of things that excite me, that interest me, that please me, that upset me, … Continue reading ONE THOUSAND WORDS!
#AfroliciousExpo is a celebration of Black American and African inspired beauty. #MommyFab #EfabulousHB
Black actually does crack. It is not on the surface, honey it cracks on the inside. Melanin protects us from the outwardly signs of our struggle, pain and mental anguish. Yet, inside we are dying from racism, colorism, stress, depression, anxiety, poverty, etc. #MommyFab #WorkingBlackMoms
Bubbles, reds and whites. Wines galore and gorgeous food. The Wine Rendezvous Grand Tasting did not disappoint says #Mommyfab @Efabuloushb. #WineAndFoodWeek
Having an auto-immune disease really sucks. #Mommyfab
Enjoy your thick, lush, super curly, Black American or African hair. It's #Afrolicious and amazing. ... says #MommyFab
Because life is so short and real love is fleeting. Enjoy the moments of joy. Live presently in that moment.
Check out @craigspoplife’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/craigspoplife/status/1115464122546708480?s=09 "If you're a head-of-household and you're black and you've graduated from college, your family's wealth profile is lower than that of a white family where the head (of household) dropped out of high school." - @DarrickHamilton https://t.co/kbX3DSaOsX
I am sharing an article from the Guardian from their "Shades of Black Series". https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/apr/08/dark-skinned-black-girls-dont-get-married Personal commentary: I think it is imperative we talk to young Black girls about racism, colorism and being fetishised. My Dad was the one who explained to me at age 5 that the world would basically "back hand" me because … Continue reading Article: Dark-skinned black girls don’t get married | Life and style | The Guardian
I had a different post prepared today to drum up some excitement about April being Sarcoidosis Awareness month. And then last night I went into a Sarcoidosis flare which carried on into TODAY. So perhaps, it's not for me to prepare a "feel good" post about Sarcoidosis. Perhaps today, I can tell you what it … Continue reading April is #Sarcoidosis Awareness Month
People who try and dim your light are not worthy of you. Remember that.