It’s something I knew from the jump so it’s not a surprise. There are other biracial children there so it’s not like Bear is the only one. As I participate in preschool activities with my son and accept invites to play dates and birthday parties, I become acutely aware of my status. … More A Journey – From Being the Only Black Student to Being the Only Black Mother
That food was good AF, y’all! Them white people knew how to SEASON! Hallejulah! … More Vegan Restaurant Review – Kitchen Mouse Los Angeles, CA
My dad is a Vietnam War veteran, and he was a Mason, a member of the Kiwanis, and pretty much helped build all of Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley. He was a commercial plumber for many years, building schools, hotels, and homes. He’s been married to my mother for almost 50 years. … More Black History Gala Honoring My Dad
For this week’s Mommy interview, I spoke with one of my oldest and closest friends, Ricci Bester-Adams. It’s difficult to describe Ricci without saying she’s a little bit of everything – mother, entrepreneur, activist, homegirl.
She recently shared with me about raising a special-needs child to adulthood, how she managed to leave her abusive marriage, and why driving for Lyft has given her some of the best stories. … More Don’t Call It a Comeback: Interview with Ricci Bester-Adams
Now, the last time I heard someone cheer for a woman to run for president, she lost in a pretty fantastic fashion and we ended up getting the dumpster fire fuckface of our current president, so I have to say, ‘Nahh, bihhh….what you not gon’ do is have Oprah suffer.’ … More What You Not Gon’ Do is Have Oprah Run for President