Top 10 Young Black Women of Power.
We were so excited to be 6 and in the 1st Grade! I think that my Darling Diva was so anxious as the days of summer fun drew to a close and we began the “Back to School” mode. She isn’t one of those children who just doesn’t like school. She had the ‘new-teacher’ jitters … Continue reading
LisaRaye McCoy Delights in Double Dose of Shows (by: Tonya Pendleton, BlackAmericaWeb.com) LisaRaye McCoy is a survivor. Instead of fading slowly into the woodwork like some women of a certain age, her career is going stronger than before. She’s now the lead on two TV shows – playing herself, as only she can, on TV … Continue reading
What? Me! How could he just not be that into me? I wasn’t offended when she said it though. I suppose as an outsider to the situation it could most certainly seem that way. And if I’m the one who is delusional then… How stupid am I? Why do we [women] do this to ourselves? … Continue reading
As much as I like to sleep in total darkness… I love coming into my dark bedroom on nights when the moonlight is cast ever so gently across the bed. I see the moon and the moon sees me… It takes me to a place that seems so long ago that I would never recall … Continue reading
As the parent of an only child, I am oftentimes plagued with feeling like my Darling Diva should have a close circle of girl friends since she does not have that sibling bond. Earlier this year, there was a new addition to our kinderQueen’s class – she was soft-spoken and is described by her mother … Continue reading
And now we are six… going on 36. Birthdays of years past: Our Princess is One Glamy Gymnast Toddlerella’s at The Palace Ballroom Flying into Spring with the Park Primadonna Pre-KinderQUEEN of the Jungle “What kind of party do you want this year?” I ask. “I want to go to Hawaii!” she says. You can … Continue reading