Racism, Politics and Relationship

Last week, I got off the train near the Freedom Tower on Fulton, to walk to our office. Help me Jesus, but my “excuse me” shrunk from a polite, high-pitched suggestion, to a low-toned… Continue reading

Hello, from New York

“I thought this was a two bedroom?” I asked. “It’s a flex apartment, and this one used to be an office. So, you know, like cubicles,” she said, as if I were completely dense,… Continue reading

The Strongest Commitment I’ve Made

First of all, I must give you something immediately, because a thing this good cannot be hoarded. Plus, you can click on it, and enjoy it while you read, and make all your… Continue reading

Why I will Never Vote for Trump

I rarely post anything political. I watch debates, read articles, engage in the issues, and I keep it to myself. I’ll share with close friends, or kindly with anyone asking, but politics tend to polarize… Continue reading

This Little Light of Mine

I chased my son down the aisles and between the pews at the small church where I attend Bible study. His blonde hair flapped behind him and he wobbled from side to side, crashing… Continue reading

When Your Plans are Wrecked

I think the plague came to our home. Today is the first day someone in our household isn’t throwing up. I will spare you the other details, but let’s just say, if I… Continue reading

My Boobs are Shrinking

My boobs are shrinking. In 14 months, I have had to change bra size three times and bras cost a freaking fortune. What do you mean $65.00? For a bra? Who made this?… Continue reading

Insecurity Ruins Everything

All my life I have loved music. My mom says my singing career was born through Jump, by the Pointer Sisters. It would come on MTV and I would run in front of the… Continue reading

The Abercrombies Do Hawaii

Getaways are necessary. (Even if it’s a personal day to lay on the couch and watch Netflix. Not that I have done that.) Without space to think, to process, to reflect, it’s easy to… Continue reading

Racism and Reconciliation

“My premise begins with the belief that God resides in every human being. And I think at the core, privilege is an othering of people. It is an othering of people that is… Continue reading