Many times, our dark places are about perspective in comparison to others. Someone may have woken up with an ache here or pain there but someone else may have just received a terminal diagnosis. Someone may have a child who wet the bed this morning while another man or woman deals with a child or a parent who wets the bed every morning.
Do you remember your parents telling you that? I do. Believe it or not I occasionally had a smart mouth and this was the warning I’d receive before other nonverbal, physical actions were taken.
Black History is American History! I have a dream…that one day we won’t need these identifiers and proper respect will be given to the blood, sweat, tears, and years Blacks have given to make America as good as it is. Until then…happy Black History Month.
This is what you eat for breakfast after a month of consecration. Doesn’t look great but it tastes delicious and it’s so good for you. Try these Gluten-free banana pancakes. So quick, so easy, so yum! Here’s the recipe for two, but I halved it for one this morning: Ingredients: 2 bananas 2 eggs 1/8 […]