“…if it weren’t for the coffee, I’d have no identifiable personality whatsoever.” -David Letterman Bria is wearing: Salt & Pepper Nora (UBER) 14. Salt & Pepper: From…… Read more “Not before coffee.”
Stand up beside the fireplace
Take that look from off your face
You ain’t ever gonna burn my heart out
You should see me in a crown
I’m gonna run this nothing town
Watch me make ’em bow
One by one by one
A little change does a body (and a soul) good.
Evelyn stubbed out her cigarette and moved towards the hallway that they had been filming in for the past few hours. There was a difficult scene that the director was being very particular about that sat outside of one of the many ornate and massive bedrooms in the castle. Another giggle echoed out and bounced along the stone walls as Evelyn walked quietly over to peer around the open door. She almost dropped her matches as she realized it was exactly who she feared it was.
Brianna spun around, startled when she heard the shop doorbell ring behind her. She had forgotten to lock the door after the pizza delivery driver dropped off her large pepperoni and cheese. She imagined she looked ridiculous as she just stood there with a long string of cheese trailing from the pizza to her mouth and squinting against the glare of the streetlights against the glass panes in the door. A man stood near the entrance with a slight smirk on his face.
With a lot of the US (and beyond) divided on “that Kanye nonsense” (IMHO), it wasn’t ready for the bitchslap of reality known as “This Is America” when Donald Glover (AKA Childish Gambino, but we’ll stick with Donald here) first performed the song on Saturday Night Live (which you can find here if you’re too sensitive for the official video).
I’m happy to announce that we are having an art contest as part of our Juneteenth celebration at the Virtual Black History Museum!
I’m just happy with my life right now. It’s not anything exciting or spectacular, but I dug myself out of some serious personal trenches and am finally at peace with life.
The Virtual Black History Museum was my eventual “passion project”. I never really had one…I mainly had hobbies that I got pockets of enjoyment from. But what I wanted was that really wholesome, nourishing sense of purpose. That is where that spark started to grow into an idea, and with the right support it grew into a proper establishment.