It is amazing how quickly time goes by. This October will be eight years since I started this blog. I have not always been consistent but I am proud of the fact that I am still here. I have noticed that quite a few bloggers I used to interact with when I started out are no longer around but I have met some new people along the way.
I am making a few small changes to the blog. I will be doing book reviews posting inspirational quotes and keep abreast of current news stories. My goal is blog, and interact with you all in 2019. Let’s make this a fun and exciting year. Happy Blogging!
“Today is a new day. Leave the past behind. Let go of all negative thoughts. Stop telling yourself that you are not good enough, that you are not worthy enough, and that you are not capable enough. These are the shackles that are holding you back. Leave them by the wayside. Think positively, be confident. There is nothing in life that you cannot accomplish when you believe in yourself.”
Life sometimes takes many twists and turns and the way you envisioned it is not always the way things turn out to be. You cannot control the actions of others and often you may face disappointments. However the key is to never let the actions of others determine your happiness. You have this one live so live it to the fullest and make happiness be your main goal.
As a part of a book promotion for my book titled I DO THEE WED, I am hosting a giveaway. You will find the link below.
I do thee Wed is a story many women can relate to. You think everything is fine in your relationship until you find out there is another woman involved….Trust is broken and you wonder if it will ever be the same again.
I suppose by now you would have heard about the Jussie Smollett alleged attack. There seems to be so many twist and turns to the case and so many things that we don’t know. The more we learn about this story, the more it seems confusing.
Jussie has maintained his innocence and while we may be all quick to condemn him sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction. The story coming from the brothers is conflicting. One report said he paid them to carry out the act another said the money he paid was for training. So what is the true story. Did Jussie piss someone off and this is an elaborate plan of theirs to destroy his career?
I am trying to rationalize and make sense of this because so far nothing is making sense except Jussie seems guilty. However what if he isn’t? As I said before the truth is sometimes stranger than fiction. What is the true story?
It is sad the way we as humans treat one another. The lack of respect for human life is having devastating effects all around the world. People take the lives of others with no thought of the pain they cause and the problem is the good people die while the evil ones live.
Let us be our brother’s keeper. Let us look out for each other for no one is immune from the danger of those who come to plunder and kill. Last week my hometown lost one of its best, a man who spent his entire life serving his community. He was a gentle soul, a kind hearted person who people could go to for help. His death has left a huge void. My prayer is that his murderer will be brought to justice.
If there is something that you are passionate about do not despair or give up hope if you find that attaining success is harder than you think. Sometimes it takes a series of trial and errors to get it right.
From A Man’s Perspective
Recently I came across a Facebook video of a man sharing his views about the growing nudity displayed by women. He voiced his concern that woman are not taking pride in themselves any more and seem to think they have to walk around half-naked to catch the eyes of a man. He warns that they will attract attention but from the wrong men and that they should take more pride in themselves because a man can spot a good woman from a distance even if she is fully clothed.
I am noticing this growing trend of women wearing less and less and I feel sad that women feel they have to go to this level in order to feel attractive. Women please be reminded that respect begins with you.
I am now on to my second book in my 2019 reading challenge. I am now reading BLOOD and JUSTICE by Rayven T. Hill.
So far it is an interesting read. Will give a review when I finish reading the book. Feel free to share any goals you might have set for 2019
Hi everyone. I am so excited. I just finished writing my book titled ‘ALONE GIRL.’
ALONE GIRL is a story about a young girl’s search for identity. Reeling from the rejection of her father Amelia’s journey takes her down a self-destructive path of men and sex. Will Amelia ever be able to leave her past behind?
I am seeking Beta Readers. If you love reading and are interested in reading this book leave me a comment or email me at email@example.com. Thanks to everyone who responds!