*Currently I am in Barcelona-- have been for 5 days, and will be leaving in the morning. I wanted to blog on how this trip was not just a trip, but undeniably eye opening... Who knows even life changing.* So last week as I started to prepare for my trip to Barcelona I began to … Continue reading Barcelona… More than a trip
“Now keep in mind that I'm an artist and I'm sensitive about my sh*t” – Erykah Mothalovin Badu As I was walking from my car this morning, I thought about the fact that I have been blogging for close to two months and my readership is still in the single numbers (I’ve only shared it … Continue reading ….I’m Sensitive About My Sh*t
My mother died February 10, 1994. She died 3 months before I would have probably given her my first handmade mother’s day card in kindergarten. She died before I was old enough to make her breakfast in bed. She died before I could ever have a real memory of her. Mother’s Day has never been my … Continue reading Mother’s Day—Another Day
So nearly 3.5 years ago, I made the decision to get my teeth fixed. Some thought that getting braces at 25 was simply for vanity, and that I should've got braces in my younger years... I didn't take much of what they said to heart, because I wanted them! Hell I needed them. I sucked my … Continue reading Brace Yourself …
I am Wale. Wale the dude from MMG. The rapper from D.C. The dope lyricist that made Flowerbomb popular. Yea the same one who rants and gets in his feelings anytime he's asked a question about his career. He recently dropped a new album , and during his promo tour he stopped at both Power … Continue reading I am Wale.
I love Eric the neo soul king Roberson! If you have never heard any of his albums, I suggest you start with Music Fan First; he has about 12 albums and his 2009 released Music Fan First remains my favorite. I have most of his catalog though, and on his album Mister Nice Guy there is a song called Try Love. It's one … Continue reading Try Love
For the last month I have been off the GRID almost completely. No Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, or LinkedIn. In addition I changed my beloved telephone number. I had the same number for ten years—practically all of my adult life, so the decision to change it wasn’t the easiest but in the end necessary. As I … Continue reading Life Off the Grid