The Fullness of Life: My Tribute to Laura

This coming weekend I’ll be celebrating the life of my grandmother. Class, sass, a good heart and wit is what comes to mind when I think of my Big Ma. Married for thirty plus years, she lived a long, eighty-four years and in that time nurtured 11 children, 20 grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. You canContinue reading “The Fullness of Life: My Tribute to Laura”

Maya Angelou: Phenomenal. Writer. Activist. Woman.

How do you capture the whole essence of a being that impacted and inspired so many knowingly and unknowingly simply through words and their ability to carry themselves accordingly? Simple. You don’t. Today I make no attempts to fully pay homage to the legacy of the woman the word knew as Maya Angelou. It’s impossible.Continue reading “Maya Angelou: Phenomenal. Writer. Activist. Woman.”

This Is The Time…

I remember a conversation my dad and I once held. It was regarding someone I knew that was well into their adulthood and was debating whether or not they should go back to school for their undergraduate degree. While the person may have had some good ‘reasons’ as to why it wasn’t the easiest thingContinue reading “This Is The Time…”

Let Go and Live Your Passion Out Loud…

Today marks a new day for me. To some, the marking may be a bit miniscule, minor, unimportant. To me, it signifies that I have finally let go of my grieving past. In 2006, I lost my best friend who happened to be my father, Arthur Webb. I was devastated by his passing. I believeContinue reading “Let Go and Live Your Passion Out Loud…”