I've been struggling to write this post. I've arranged and rearranged the words in my head but cannot seem to find the ones worthy of this phenomenal woman. My introduction to Toni Morrison was during the summer after 7th grade, which was the summer I pretty much spent on the front porch reading. I read… Continue reading Toni Morrison
I have food allergies, so I have to make a lot of my favorite foods from scratch. I don't have the patience to make "real" lasagna, so I found ideas from a few recipes online the first time I made skillet lasagna. The next two times I made it, I just winged it. This recipe… Continue reading Recipe: Skillet Lasagna
Self-care doesn't have to be expensive or time consuming. In fact, it can be free or use what you already have. Here's 10 suggestions on how to celebrate International Self-Care Day (or if you read this later, have self-care any day). Watch an episode of your favorite show or read a chapter (or two) from… Continue reading Self-Care Wednesday? Happy International Self-Care Day!
Photo Credit: Amazon.com What happens when a wedding planner and divorce attorney fall in love? Emme and Nate's relationship is complicated from the start. He's a serial dater and she believes in happily ever afters. Then, a baby gets thrown into the mix when one of Nate's one night stands drops the baby he didn't… Continue reading Book Review: Only You by Melanie Harlow
Tiffany Sly has a lot going on. She just lost her mother, has alopecia from stress and she was diagnosed with anxiety and OCD. As the story begins, she is moving to California to live with her birth father, whom she has never met before. As if that was not enough to deal with, she… Continue reading Book Review: Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now by Dana L. Davis
This poem, which was written on July 12, 1997, is about looking for a metaphorical summer. Searching for Summer We are searching for summer Around every corner And down every street Looking for something more Whenever we meet We are looking for something More than a lover or friend We are searching for summer That… Continue reading A Poem – Week Twenty-Two
I had a little movie binge before my HBO Now subscription ran out. (Yes, I am one of those people that cancelled her subscription when Game of Thrones ended.) This were my three picks. Bad Times at the El Royale Yes, this movie is bloody and violent. It's also campy and visually interesting. Come for Chris Hemsworth… Continue reading 3 Movies To Watch This Weekend