I often like to write about my past experiences in my life as a way to reflect trueness to who I am and how I lived as a child. This was one of those examples of my life story. Although my life story is pretty typical of some growing up, its my own. I was… Continue reading Weekly Feature #12, Stories From a Child’s Past: My Childhood Story – Reintroduced
Today is my 40th birthday. Wow where has the time gone, I feel like I was just turning 10 years old although I don't remember much from that time. I do remember my 20's and 30's and even some of my teens, many rough years I will say. Thirty's were a particularly important decade in… Continue reading Goodbye Thirties, Hello Forties
I often reflect on my life on a regular basis, maybe I do it too much, so much so it brings me stress. I can't help it, I struggle with be sufficient in my eyes. I look around and I think I am nothing special but people often tell me how impressed they with me… Continue reading Lost, But Trying to Find my Way Again! and Again
Welcome to this Weeks Weekly Feature number #12, Stories from a child's past, Stories unearthed from my childhood. These stories I am sharing as a young child I had and continue to have a love for writing. The writings so far seemed to be when I was in between the ages of ten to thirteen.… Continue reading Weekly Feature #12, Stories From a Child’s Past: My Childhood Story
The pain of how we as people feel at times. Many of us struggle, rarely does anyone live a perfect life, perfect for me is not perfect for others. My perfect life would be to live a day where I don’t have to worry about those things that many worry about like Money, taking care… Continue reading Fear, Hate and Dignity: Opening our Heart to End Hate and Fear, Keep Dignity and Respect!
Today marks a chapter in my life with the selling of my fathers house in South Los Angeles, a house that my father has lived in most of his life over forty years and he is now 63 years old. This house was my grandparents house who raised my Father Moses, Sister Elizabeth, Rachel and… Continue reading Saying Goodbye To The Evil House