The Whole Truth

Tonight I decided to grill a hamburger for dinner. And, yes I know how to cook 🙂 . While eating, I glimpsed a comedy sitcom on television. One of the elements in the story line or plot in the sitcom was a child asking his mother about death... and, where do people go when they... Continue Reading →

Random Thoughts on Life

Currently, I have been going through a lot. I've been thinking a lot about life and where I want to be in the next 5 - 10 years. I've been asking myself various questions like: "Should I change my career or get my doctorate or go to law school? What do I really want in... Continue Reading →

Beauty. It’s a blessing and a curse

Earlier this week I watched a PBS documentary on Amazon Prime about slavery, it was called Slavery and the Making of America. At the time I was just looking for something interesting. What I found was a very well produced documentary with scholarly input on a subject matter that is very emotional for most people... Continue Reading →

My Thoughts on Mary Magdalene (film)

I recently saw the trailer to the film Mary Magdalene. The movie was planned for release in late 2017 but was repeatedly pushed back after The Weinstein Co. shuttered in the wake of multiple accusations of sexual assault against power producer Harvey Weinstein. (link) It actually just was released this weekend, 4/12/19, in the USA.... Continue Reading →

The Perception of Dating

Let's talk about what's real and what's real in your imagination. This blog will be an in depth view of my thoughts on online dating. What's real about it, and how quickly we are to judge or label people without knowing them, basically "swipe left". I also want to write about how this generation has... Continue Reading →

Black History Month 2019

To many people February is just the second month of the year. Or if you like college basketball like me, it's the last month of the regular season and opens the door to March Madness. However, February is the month of the year where our country, and others, have now taken the time to celebrate... Continue Reading →

There Will Always Be Hateful People

One of the most iconic people in my generation was a man named Mr. Fred Rogers. He gained popularity through a television show in which he produced, wrote, and starred in called Mister Roger's Neighborhood, which aired on PBS. Last night I watched a documentary film (Won't You Be My Neighbor) that went into detail... Continue Reading →

The Dirty Diana’s

Everyone who watches television and is on social media probably knows about the Lifetime docuseries "Surviving R. Kelly". Though I haven't seen the docuseries, I have been told that it was produced very well and brought forth more sexual misconduct allegations against R. Kelly than what was previously known. I never really was an R.... Continue Reading →

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