On Perfection [and Sally Ride]

"If you are silent about your pain, they'll kill you and say you enjoyed it"- Zora Neale Hurston [Disclaimer: I'm writing this for anyone who have felt like the world or the people around them was too much, but I'm writing it from the perspective of a black woman. I hope you can find your truth … Continue reading On Perfection [and Sally Ride]

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20 Feet Tall [and other ways that we run the world]

On the tail end, it's the 31st and there's less than two hours of March left on the East Coast, of the month of March I had to come write a blog about...WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH!!!!! If you didn't know it was women's history month, well it's not too late to- actually yes, yes it is … Continue reading 20 Feet Tall [and other ways that we run the world]

The Story of David [not the one with Goliath, the other one]

As an "official in my own mind but not publicly acknowledged" blogger I am always looking for different types of inspiration and different ways to expand the topics I talk about and the blog as a whole. So I've found a new mode of getting things out to the blogsophere: through the Word. I know, … Continue reading The Story of David [not the one with Goliath, the other one]

Running around like a Madwoman [and other ways to walk on sunshine when there is clearly rain clouds hovering above your head]

So for like a whole day a week ago, I went through this deep, probably PMS-induced, semi-depression where I just felt like crap. Pure and complete crap. Didn't really want to talk to or be around people but did anyway because I knew I'd just get even more depressed if I didn't.  Then when I was … Continue reading Running around like a Madwoman [and other ways to walk on sunshine when there is clearly rain clouds hovering above your head]