Oh, yes, honey. They are counting your money like that…When asked to contribute a not unsubstantial amount of money for another coworker’s – one she doesn’t like – gift, Racey says: “I just couldn’t do it this time. I mean, it’s the principal, you know? I guess I was just going to have to be … Continue reading I Know This Heffa Ain’t Countin’ My Money Like That
I get out. Continue reading No More Compromises
This was wretched to watch. Painful actually. Adjectives that comes to mind are short-sighted, ridiculous, pathetic, narrow-minded, and that’s just off the top of my head… Continue reading Would You Date Him?
Ouch. There have been many days when I’ve wished I could get back all the time I’ve spent putting people at ease…time ill spent since it never works. You may have to prove yourself again, and again, and again…sigh. *wink* Luckily, fat kid is more than up for the challenge. Bring it!
This series is fabulous. It’s eye opening in a way that is soooo necessary today. The games people play, the way people behave, and the behavior modifications they should but often do not take place … It’s enough to bring on a stress attack, if you let it. 🙂
My sister sent me this picture in an email with the subject line: A little afternoon pick me up. I like how the bird is hitching a ride on the elephant’s bum, and the elephant dressed up in a hat for the journey. Continue reading A Little Afternoon Pick Me Up
OMG, I almost didn’t see this one. Hilarious. Can you say delusional, boys and girls?
This show kills me. Racey says: I realized I was the headline act, and I could hear my momma say, ‘Don’t be givin’ those people no free show!’ I love the soul train line. LOL
I’ve often said, “Don’t talk to me about race – unless you plan to speak the truth,” and Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Fear of a Black President does exactly that. Coates illustrates vividly what I and so many others have said about President Obama: His color is holding him back. It is literally creating problems – and illustrating others … Continue reading Fear of a Black President