Category: A Father’s Love
It only took Kali about 7 years to make me break down and get another dog! I swear, every year since Pharoh passed, she has asked and I have made every excuse in the book to avoid it. For some reason, this just felt like the year. And, it didn’t hurt that Ginaya agreed to
Wrapping up another fantastic Virgo Season on the beaches of Lake Erie. We spent the beautiful day on the lake with the kayak and paddle board.
Is spring actually coming? In Cleveland, you never know. We aren’t safe from winter until June! Well, Kali and I took our chances and hit the road on the bikes. This is one of our favorite past times and couldn’t wait to get it back going. We rode to the lake and chilled for a
With all of the information on Afrikan symbolism and symbology, power numbers and revelations, signs from the creator, nature and crystals, guidance and protection from the ancestors… the question still rings out, “why do I choose to adorn myself with an ankh?”… I choose life. Plain and simple. There are so many amazing facets of
Doubt – Death – Disillusion? I have grown tired of living in a world full of hate and hurt. Whenever I begin to break out of such limited thinking and living, I found that so many negative energies seemingly exist just to put me back. I’m often reminded that… “Pessimism is a Self-Fulfilling Malady”
#3 – Chef I get great inspiration from this movie – a southern guy works to redeem himself after a failed marriage and has to learn how to be a responsible, attentive father, while maintaining and/or creating the career that he wants. I really struggle with these same things.
My dear Sista in the arts and in the cosmos, Erykah Badu, seemed to make the mistake of her career. Bad album? Or photo shoot? Nope. Far beyond the awkward appearing relationships with the various fathers of her children. In fact, who cares about that?!? That is her business. It doesn’t affect her music, her
Well, most of my closest people know that my partner, my Bean-town buddy, my boy! – Roh! (as we affectionately called him) has transitioned into another life. (That means he died). After nearly 14 years, 6 cities, 3 cars, 2 schools, and about 7 or 8 residences together, I am now without my dog, Pharoh
So, Christmas has come and gone and Kwanzaa is well underway. I spent the entire day with Kali which included time at the park, lunch, walking, a movie, the whole nine! We had a great time, to say the least. I’ve even given up my office (b.k.a the 2nd bedroom) so that she can have