Peace is not something you wish for; it’s something you make, something you do, something you are and something you give away. – John Lennon ❤ AdvertisementsRead more "week 3"
Happy bornday, Dr. King. Thank you ❤Read more "get the language right tonight"
By Sarah Meron The summer I turned 10 years old, I went on holiday to a beach town somewhere in France with my auntie and uncle. I remember arriving at the beach and plopping myself excitedly on my beach towel, one of those white ones with blue stripes. The sun felt snug and delicious on… It’s […]Read more "Tanning as a Black Woman (a reblog)"
Failure is a matter of conceit. People don’t work hard because, in their conceit, they imagine they’ll succeed without ever making an effort. Most people believe that they’ll wake up some day and find themselves rich. Actually, they’ve got it half right because eventually they do wake up. -Thomas A. EdisonRead more "week 2"
It’s him calling. Once a season- twice in winter- like clockwork. The number isn’t saved but it’s one of the two I have memorized. I don’t know why I answer. I’m still with her. It’s been over a year now. And I… and I proposed. The mention of her doesn’t make my stomach leave my […]Read more "foreclosure"
Hence this post’s title: Last week, I called a gal pal for her birthday and we had a laugh about how shitty it was growing up with a birthday overshadowed by two of the, if not THE biggest holidays celebrated in the U.S.. maybe even the world. My family was notorious for combined gifts and empty promises […]Read more "I’m getting… old?"
Black women’s self-care is also subversive because to take care of ourselves means that we disrupt societal and political paradigms that say that Black women are disposable, unvalued. Indeed, people and things that aren’t cared for are considered expendable. So when we don’t take care of ourselves, we are affirming the social order that says […]Read more "week 1: a note on self-care"