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…

Mid- book Review: To Kill A Mockingbird

Almost halfway into this incredible classic, To Kill a Mockingbird, and I thought, I just must document my thoughts in this informal book review. Firstly, I must say high school set books usually come with so much richness in knowledge and wisdom that many of us take for granted in our teen years. Fortunately for me…

The Journey To Unbecoming

Not having it all together basically means that at a point everything was once in place and complete… But somewhere along the way things fell apart and you couldn’t get them to fit back just right; so you went along holding on to the displacement that you fooled yourself into believing was life. The thing…

What “Million Dollar Baby” Taught Me

So I had never watched Million Dollar Baby before this weekend. Besides me being a loser in that respect; I’m just not a movie person.  When it started playing Sunday evening all that registered in my head was: “OK, movie with woman playing a woman in a male dominated industry-record”. LOL! I asked my mother…