Keeping it short and sweet this post informing you all of my approach to healing which resembles what some women might do after a bad break up or in time of transition. ox
It's been a rough couple of days but there is a lot of work to do and as Hillary told us in her concession speech, “never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world to pursue and to achieve your own dreams.” There are groups of people and organizations that support them who need our help more than ever. Here is a list of ways you can get involved.
"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." MLK Jr.
I honestly have no idea the make-up and break-down of my ethnic bits and pieces but I do know the serious dark brown taino eyes of my grand-aunt matching her straight jet-black hair and smooth brown skin. I identify with my dad’s curly locks, big lips and swinging hips. I adore my mom's pale skin and exceptional spanglish skills.
I often feel reduced by current events. The death of a young person, the recent bombing of a neighborhood I spent much time in and the presidential campaign, for example. A year ago, I probably would have tried to convince you that you should care as much as I did. This past year, not so … Continue reading The Feelings I Wear