In the words of the Prophet, “It is finished.”Read More Staying put.
I’m a New York City girl. I was born & raised there, it’s part of my identity, and it reverberates through my heart & soul. No matter where I go, it’ll always be my first home.Read More City girl.
Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
The reality is (I promised myself I wouldn’t use the phrase “In this economy”) a lot of people have to relocate in order to achieve their desired career/lifestyle/lack-of-total-poverty. This is as frightening as it is exciting. Yes, a change of scenery can be refreshing and can totally alter one’s perspective…
Sankofa: “We must go back and reclaim our past so we can move forward; so we understand why and how we came to be who we are today.”Read More Sankofa.
Yes, I know… but please hear me out. The last time I wrote a full-on blog post was when I was going through some transitions.Read More Been a while.
Alas… it was time to return to England. The last day was pretty uneventful – wandered around the city center/square, bought a few souvenirs, got something to eat, and did some people watching.Read More Bom dia: Lisbon, Portugal – last day.
No one paid attention to her warnings; she said she’d be back. Many brushed her off.Read More Hell hath no fury.
Originally posted on Philosopher Mouse of the Hedge:
My dad was Santa. Really. It was a secret And I couldn’t tell anyone. Pretty hard for a little kid. Santa by Thomas Nash for Harper’s Weekly, 1881. (US Public domain, life of artist + 100 yrs/ commons.wikimedia.org) It wasn’t a cheap suit, but one in heavy…
Originally posted on D'NALI:
By now I think everyone’s aware of the devastation that Sandy reeked on the Big Apple. My thoughts and prayers go out to my fellow NYers and I’m beyond grateful that my neighborhood didn’t sustain as much damage. Sure, I’m cut off from going to my permanent office because the…