Many Black American professionals find themselves struck between providing for themselves, their children, their families and quietly being unfulfilled and ignored at work. #MommyFab
If you come to my house, it feels like a home. And for the first time in my life, I am no longer running .... I'm happy here in this place, I made a home for me and my modern family.
I'm happy to be alive, writing this blog post because things could have went a lot differently. Upwards and Onwards #2020.
For the last half of the year, I've experienced a huge CREATIVE BLOCK. I've also questioned what I'm doing in the blogger-space. It happens. #MommyFab #WriterInLieu
Life isn't coming up Roses and that's okay. Indeed that is life. #MommyFab
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!
Sometimes my heart breaks for humanity.
Disclaimer: I'm happy. Get into it. For a long time in my life, multiple stretches of time, I didn't know what joy felt like. I faked happiness. Yet, there were these moments, fleeting moments, that I got to be free and joyful. Joy for me is tied directly into the ability to be unapologetically me. … Continue reading Sometimes things are beautiful.
Black women are human. We are allowed to make mistakes. We are deserving of Grace. You should not have to be perfect or the supremacist idea of "respectable" to deserve Grace and Mercy.
A lot of times I watched you from the sidelines. I loved to see your 1,000 watt smile when you felt good. I was proud of you, kiddo.
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You deserve joy, forever more. #MommyFab
Malcolm X's story changed my life. #MommyFab
Take the stress out of meal planning for a while. #MommyFab