Full Book Review: To Kill A Mockingbird

It has been two weeks now since I finished reading To Kill a Mockingbird; during a DMC that I engaged in with one of my friends today we found ourselves questioning whether setbooks in high school were purposefully chosen in order of disfunctionality or was it based on how closely the novel represented real life? This…

Never A Failure, Always A Lesson…

I’m having one of those weeks where I feel like I have made the first “best decision” of my adult life. Torn between “what must be right” and “what feels right” and I can proudly say I have decided to choose the road less travelled. What I believe… and feel… is right. In a short…

YOU MUST NOT KNOW ‘BOUT ME!

HAAAAAAPY MONDAY! Thank you so much for visiting my blog. So as you know I’ve started this new series #RSCM while I actually still have the time to watch TV live instead of auto-tuning a million things and then never having the time to go back and watch everything because my life has taken over…

Who are you?

I was watching another video on http://ted.com and Mellody Hobson was speaking on the subject of race. It was a very intriguing and inspirational video to watch and I think what caught my attention the most (besides her speaking about the moment where she was mistaken for the kitchen help at an event in New…