The world feels very fragile right now. It’s unsettling to watch the news. The despair and hurt that I witness on a daily basis is hard to navigate. I was really struggling this last week trying to find my voice in it all without causing more pain or dodging the issues out of fear of … [Read more...] about A Seat at the Table
Prep time: 15 mins - Cook Time: 30 mins - Total time: 45 mins Ingredients: 1 lb breakfast sausage (you can use a maple flavor sausage for an extra boost) 5 large eggs1 cup whole milk1/2 tsp salt1/2 tsp … [Read more...] about Breakfast Muffins Y’all!
My friend Mary Bielski once told me “Mary if you want a new life, you’re going to have to let go of the old one”. Boy was she right.Today Jerry and I deep cleaned, de-cluttered and organized our butts off in order to create a space in the corner of the Master Bedroom that could be used as a little … [Read more...] about Letting Go
My direct messages have blown up the last few days since I shared about my struggle with having a body-positive attitude. Wowza did my internal dialogue strike a nerve with y’all. My messages have been filled with tons of “I hear you friend. I struggle too” and an equal amount of “How could you even … [Read more...] about Embrace it all
This morning I woke up with old wounds reopened in my heart and an old narrative swirling in my head.“You are too fat to wear a sleeveless dress.”“You’re upper body is squishy and unattractive”“You’re to bold and sassy with your attitude. Too manly and brash with your language”“You’re not pretty so … [Read more...] about You are worthy!
19 years since I have heard your laugh, the one that would take over a room.19 years since I felt that squeeze of your hand in my shoulder before I entered the game, took the test or had to do something hard.19 years since I have heard your beautiful strong voice singing next to me in church raising … [Read more...] about William Joseph Green, Jr.- 1939 – 2001