My Take on Obamacare

Let first start off by saying this: I know a lot of federal government employees personally who don’t deserve to be missing days off of work. At this point in my life, the only thing I regret is not being able to marry Timile.  Lord knows I wanted to.  Before she was pregnant with Cydney, […]

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Charity Starts At Home

I room and a microphone. And a family I ain’t seen in months/ And I played this record a million times just hoping that you’d play it once/” Phonte Coleman Phonte was one third of the North Carolina rap group Little Brother.  To those that were super hip-hop heads, Little Brother was a fixture in […]

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Broken Hearts

Life throws all kinds of curveballs.  We’re told at an early age to put our best foot forward and eventually things will work out.  The road to things working out is littered with potholes, jaywalkers, fallen trees, and its a dark road so you can’t see any of these things.  You live and you learn. […]

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A Post About Relationships

Normally Wednesdays are dedicated to the struggle and I definitely have one but I will share that tomorrow. This last week, I’ve had the same conversation twice in very different contexts but it came down to the same thing: someone adding value to you life in the context to being with a person long term and […]

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‘Till Death Do Us…

To have and to hold, for better or for worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, ‘til death do us part… Not even three weeks into being twenty-six years old I’d lived all parts of these vows that many of my peers are saying for the first time as many of them […]

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