Black Girl Problems, Race, Social Media, Theatre, Uncategorized

Whitesplained

  A little background. A local community theater group, (Olean Theatre Workshop), recently did an almost all female production of Arthur Miller's, The Crucible.  In The Crucible, for those who may not be familiar, is a character named Tituba who is a black slave and calls for black actress to play the role.  Olean Theatre Workshop casted… Continue reading Whitesplained

Childhood, Dating, Family, LOSS, Relationships, Uncategorized

Mother, May I?

Growing up I always saw myself as a mother.  Motherhood I felt, was an inevitable obligation and was just something that happened. At one point in my teen years I distinctly remember wanting at least 8 children.   That number drastically dropped as years went on.  I'm really good with small children.  I started babysitting at… Continue reading Mother, May I?

Advice, Feminism, Misogyny, Uncategorized

Unapologetic Bitch

I have been a people pleaser for as long as I can remember.  Maybe it stems from being a middle child or being adopted or just being a female in general succumbing to the societal pressures of being accommodating and pleasant. "What a bitch." I remember the first time I was called a bitch.  It… Continue reading Unapologetic Bitch

Advice, Dating, Friendship, LOSS, Relationships, Uncategorized

How I Let Go

Here's another how-to article.  I don't know, maybe you're someone who doesn't get attached and is able to let go of things relatively easy.  It's no secret if you've met me that I am a very sensitive individual and feel things deeply.  When I care for someone whether they are a  coworker, friend,  or someone… Continue reading How I Let Go