I’m SO VERY excited to announce the return of the 80’s/90’s hot sitcom, Roseanne, which will be airing March 27, 2018, marking it officially 30 years after the very first episode aired, back in 1988! If you’re a true fan like me, then you probably own the entire series on dvd… like me! Roseanne hit center stage, rocking out our televisions for 10 years, portraying … Continue reading 30 Years of Roseanne!
Today is the big day, regarding net neutrality. A lot of people aren’t paying enough attention to it! You do understand that all of our favorite websites will begin to cost money out of our pockets if they get rid of it, right? Imagine how strenuous that will be on daily workers who sit behind a screen all day, and for those who use the … Continue reading Neutralizing the Net?
At the bottom of this page, you will find a link to a story about a transgender man names Casey Hoke, who went through some horrid harassment during his time at DuPont Manual High School, right here in the heart of Louisville Metro. He was a senior back in 2015 when his principal, Jerry Mayes, saw him coming out of the men’s bathroom, confronted him, … Continue reading A Transgender’s Horrid High School Story
It’s a special day for a special someone in my life. There’s no other woman out there like her. Happy Birthday Momma! Continue reading Fabulous Birthday Momma!
It has officially been a week since I’ve been in Louisville, & it has been one hell of a busy week, let me tell you! But its been very nice. Continue reading A Weekend With The Boys
It’s really hard to believe that in less then a month, it will be a year that I’ve lived in Garfield. I’ll never forget when walked up those steps for the first time. My father and I did our last shift in Jersey City, hopped on a train – which was my first experience on the NJ transit trains – and rode it throughout the … Continue reading A Year In Garfield
Find out what her judge had to say about the case. Continue reading Casey Anthony: Murder or Accident?
Learn about this amazing charity that feeds our young children. Also, check out my personal experience when I was part of it! Continue reading Blessings In A Backpack
Here is my view on how racism works in the United States of America. Check it out. Continue reading White Privilege, Racism, & Hypocrisy
An inside look at what happens at the 911 call center. You be the judge on how you would handle these situations. Continue reading 911 Response Team
Get the information about the change from Time Warner to Spectrum TV here! Continue reading From Cable Telecommunications to Charter Communications, We Say Bye- Bye To Time Warner!
Today is a very emotional day. Today is my late best friend’s birthday, as well as the anniversary of my brother’s passing. If you all have seen my previous December post about her, then you know all the details, and how tight and close we were, and still are, because we have our ways of remaining connected. My girl would be turning 25 years old … Continue reading Bitter day for my best friend and my brother’s anniversaries.