Dear God, There are some strange things going on in the world today, and it could only mean one thing: you're coming back soon. This old guy named Harold Camping has been making predictions about your return for decades now, and so far he's been wrong each time. I don't know if you two have… Continue reading Dear God: When You Comin’ Back?
This year, I had a big birthday celebration. My friends, family and I celebrated my birthday on four separate days with four separate events. Friday night we went to a lounge; Saturday night we went to a dance club. On Sunday afternoon, we ate brunch. And on Wednesday, my actual day of birth, we went… Continue reading Birthday Reflections
I didn't want to leave you avid S&T readers on a bad note from previous post, so I decided to lighten up the mood a little bit with stories of my best dates ever. I'm a lucky girl. I've had more good dates in my dating career than bad dates. And my career is not… Continue reading My Best Dates Ever
His smile is what caught my attention in the bar on that rainy Friday night in Boston. Luckily for me, a mutual friend introduced us so striking up a conversation was not difficult. We hit it off instantly and chatted throughout the evening like old friends. Before the night was over, we exchanged numbers and… Continue reading My Worst Date Ever
You want to kill a relationship with the Man of Your Dreams? Seek relationship advice from someone else about how to sustain it. Now, I'm not against all relationship advice that others have given. Sheesh, I've given some of my own and for that I'd like to insert a disclaimer: Please use common sense and… Continue reading Why We Should Not Seek Relationship Advice From Others
When I was a student at Spelman College, Imma need for you to do better, was a common phrase among my sisters. The phrase could be used to address anything – hairstyle, choice of boyfriend, exam or it could even be said in jest. Imma need for you to do better is how we reminded… Continue reading I’mma Need For You To Do Better
If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you speak to him in his own language, that goes to his heart.- Nelson MandelaI attended a Ghanaian Fundraising Cookout yesterday evening. The cookout's purpose was to raise money for a presidential candidate. My dad, who's very active… Continue reading Speak To The Heart