Thoughts for Thursday: Above Reproach

By at 6 August, 2009, 8:53 am

Someone inquired about my whereabouts — you know who you are. I’ve been out of touch and out of reach, but hope to get back to a regular blogging schedule. More on where I’ve been and  my thoughts on that experience later. Random Thoughts: This is a blog post I’ve been working on in my […]


The Road to Obama, Part 2

By at 27 February, 2009, 12:00 am

The road to Obama was paved with a spiritual awakening – the realization that we as humans aren’t alone in this world. I’m not trying to get all preachy, but on this leg of my vacation, spirits moved and protected us from harm and the dangers that two women could face alone on the highway side.


Baked In Racism

By at 27 January, 2009, 1:36 pm

Racism baked in every bite. A NYC bakery owner decides to offer his version of an Obama pastry. Some people call it racist others call him stupid. You be the judge.


The Road to Obama, Part 1

By at 26 January, 2009, 12:00 am

Thigh muscles aching the day after — the joy shines from within. When people ask where I was on the 20th, the magnitude of my answer seems to shock people. . . I was proudly one of millions that was propelled to Washington not just to witness history in the making, but to bask in the goodness […]


The Big O

By at 20 November, 2008, 12:00 am

The Big O (Freedom song) The day after Like any other moment of drawing together Riding through to the perfect sigh The enriching pain and pleasure Of recognition is at hand. No longer will I hide My beauty My spirit My power The style that lives on the darker side Walking though humble Afraid to […]