IN OTHER WORDS | You Feel Me?

One of my favorite characters from the series The Wire was Omar Devone Little. I loved Stringer Bell too. Oh, did I love my Stringer. I also loved Lester Freamon, so don’t think I only like sociopaths. But Omar, there was something about him, his complex character, intelligence, that mind-bending scar running down his entire […]

IN OTHER WORDS | Giving Thanks to Women Who Blog

<a href=”http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/12978045/?claim=ajkj56g5yau”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a> Since August, when I joined blogging groups, I have met the best women. Great writers, hilarious people, and caring humans. Most of these women I’ve never actually met. We are friends by name, Facebook status and Twitter handle. And I feel loved. These women have got my back. When […]

IN OTHER WORDS | #BlackLivesMatter

I watched the Michael Brown verdict with my twelve year old son. I was not surprised. My shoulders slumped and I felt helpless. He was apoplectic. I thought, harness that energy, woman. Harness that. Sitting at your computer shedding tears, you only get to do that for a few minutes, OK. How does that help […]