Have you used or using the COVID Exposure Notification on your iPhone or Android? Yesterday, I noticed this Exposure Notification on my iPhone. After reading over the "How exposure notification works" section, I am curious about others experience with this feature. Please share your experience whether good or bad. Trying to decide if it is... Continue Reading →
Creative writing about real issues of life. She is pacing back and forth outside of the historical church doors. It is a cold brisk night with few people moving around. The weather has kept most people inside. The church is empty as the time for churchgoers has long passed. Now standing facing the church doors the... Continue Reading →
She is a beautiful vivid flower that requires blooming. She stands out in the box of closed minds. She withers in the presence of weeds that smother her roots and stunts her growth. The soil that is to nurture her is filled with foreign unfamiliar objects that her young roots do not understand. But she... Continue Reading →
Many thanks to this gentleman for allowing me to use his image. May his life be blessed! This is truly one of my favorite portraits. Our sons are the old men that they will one day become. (repost) As I looked into his eyes, I could not help but wonder his past and future. I... Continue Reading →
It has been a while since I wrote about the “The Move”. I had several people ask when I would be posting again so I thought this would be a great time to jump back into some writing (although I have been doing some major writing just not on my personal blog).
One major change that my husband and I decided is to do filming right out of our home so we purchased some “professional” lighting from Amazon, cleared some space in the living room and began learning more about producing content. Once I get everything set up, I will send pictures and of course a video of me and Ben.
But one of my most frequently asked questions is how is the business. Our section of Auburn Avenue/Old Fourth Ward is going through some changes. The largest renovation that I have seen is of the Wheat Street Towers which…
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Twenty-four years had passed since I walked off the campus of the University of Georgia. I had spent two and half years on this huge campus as a science major. The campus was beautiful and the massive old buildings that were spread over acres of land was more beautiful than I had ever seen before. For many reasons, this was a turning point in my life. One of the biggest was the introduction to a young man that after 26 years would be my husband. We both walked away in separate directions to live what we thought would be the best days of our young lives.
Fast forward to 2014- Sitting across from me in a downtown Atlanta restaurant and bar sits the young man that I left in college but this time something is different. Something went wrong. He is not the radio personality that I thought he would be. He…
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As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I’d still be in prison. ... Continue Reading →