Back in the day Suite Suzy and I would steal moments alone in the evening to listen to music, slow dance and wind down.Last night we counted back and realized that we had not done this since Boo Boo was born, which has been a little over 2 years. The lapse of time was discoverPeep The Rest!
I took these pictures recently with my new macro lens just for fun & they came out better much than I expected. After I pulled them together in this montage, I saw something great. I saw the future filled with promise for my people through the eyes of these brilliant young onePeep The Rest!
If you are a love junky or need assured the love does exist then click here. (possible tear jerker)If you are fascinated with life in the Diaspora & want to know about life & times of Negroes in Latin America click here (a very GOOD read)If you want more kids to read, then yoPeep The Rest!
Every year without fail, I attend the Detroit Festival of the Arts with my kids as one of our fun father daughter cultural outings.Not only do the kids get to have fun playing the children’s village, they get to see some of best artisans from around the country perform and showPeep The Rest!
After a long as weekend of vending Quench Essentials at the Detroit Black Expo I decided to wind down today while seeing a movie. Of course I went to see “Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End”! I am a big fan of the series so I had big hopes for this heavily anticipatedPeep The Rest!
If you listen to NPR ½ as much as I do then I know you know what a Driveway Moment is. If you are not in the know; a driveway moment is when you're driving home or elsewhere, listening to a story on NPR. Suddenly, you find yourself in your driveway (or parking space or parkingPeep The Rest!
So I try to post my term of the week every Wednesday but dropped the ball last week cuz I was busy as hell & fighting this cold. Shit I have been down for the last few days & my glands are still swollen but I have more energy at least. After I am done here, I will be poppinPeep The Rest!
Angeliqué Kidjo (one of my favorite Diasporic singers) has a wonderful tribute song to “Iemanja”, which is a very calming but powerful song.Because I do not speak or understand Portuguese, I really have no clue what the Angeliqué is saying but I always sing along blindly. TPeep The Rest!
Last month I received an email from a Felicia Furman who is the producer of the awesome "Shared History" documentary. The timing of her contact was very ironic because I had done a post & discussed with friends about the significance of Black history, Oprah’s slave roots, baPeep The Rest!