1.) Good things are always just around the riverbend, and the best way to reach them is to listen to the flow and don’t be afraid to dive in. 2.) Soulmates exist, see above. 3.)Family is the most important thing. Always. They are irreplaceable, and oh so valuable. 4.) Money isn’t everything. Enjoying your life… Continue reading What I Learned in 2015
1.) Have a stocking. As we get older and start families, money is redirected to the children of the group, but a cute way to stay connected with your spouse and have a little Christmas of your own is to hang a stocking for each of you that is filled by your spouse. Small gifts,… Continue reading 5 Ways to Enjoy Christmas as an Adult
A collection of random entries… The Definition of Student Affairs, and relationships… one door opens as another closes.
I have had many conversations on the differences between black culture and white culture, and I believe it is most effectively demonstrated when looking at contrasting responses to parenting
A reflection on mortality and youth
because there’s too many things for you to deal with
dying inside, but outside you’re looking fearless
Weeks ago, uncertainly ringing in my ears, I threw the glass to the tile and it shattered into a million pieces. The shards flew 360 degrees and hid behind things I didn’t think they could even get into. Gingerly, I crossed the room and sat among the wreckage of my newly wreaked havoc. For twenty… Continue reading The Broken Things in Life