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 … Continue reading Black History Month 2019
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 … Continue reading People Hated Mr. Rogers?
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 … Continue reading The Dirty Diana’s
One of my good friends told me to watch an encouraging video. So, like any good friend would do, I found the video on YouTube and watched it. The video is actually an old audio lecture on positive thinking and … Continue reading The Costs of Success
It seems like the hounds of winter are calling out into the cold nights. Young single adults are emitting cries of loneliness through social media and online dating apps. The feeling of family, the desire to not be alone during … Continue reading Winter’s Lonliness
Can you see the signs of the times? I don’t know if I’m becoming more aware of how our government is affecting me through presidential decisions/policies/laws/regulations, or maybe I’m just getting older and that has caused me to become more … Continue reading Politics & Personal Opinions
Lately I’ve been thinking about how fantasy has become so much more attractive to adults than reality. Last night I called my brother and my cousin after I saw the new Marvel superhero movie Black Panther. We discussed all the … Continue reading Fantasy & Reality