I'm not worried about the things I can't control, it is what it is. But one thing I know is God's got it. And it can only get better from now.
I have read 200 of 200 books for the 2019 Reading Challenge! What should I read next? http://www.goodreads.com/user_challenges/14960753 It was quite a struggle sometimes but I finally scaled through. Let's see what this new year has for me. Happy New Year and have a good reading year. Cheers!
At the beginning of the year, I posted a list of books that I wanted the read and took the Goodreads Challenge for 2018. My target for the number of books was 200. Too high of a book number, right? But I can say that the year was a great one especially in reading. So … Continue reading 20 Best Books of 2018
Hey guys, Been off the grid for some time now. Actually have no excuse just the stress of life not letting me be great. So I came across this blog challenge "Sweet November Blog Challenge" on my Instagram feed so I decided to participate:to see if it'll help get me out of my writing block … Continue reading Sweet November Blog Challenge
The Marriage Lie Author: Kimberley Belle Published: 2016 Page: 334 Rating: 4/5 stars Goodreads Iris and Will's marriage is as close to perfect as it can be: a large house in a nice part of Atlanta neighborhood, rewarding careers and the excitement of trying for their first baby. But on the morning Will leaves for … Continue reading May Reads: Thrillers/Mystery
Today is father's day and I want to celebrate all the fathers and give them a high five for stepping up to the plate at all times. Children watch how you treat their mom, so one of the best things you can do as a father is to love their mom and love her well. … Continue reading Happy Father’s Day
The month of April was when I decided to binge read YA contemporary novels. I've been on a book slump lately so in order to get out of it and start reading again, I decided to venture into other genres that I normally don't read. YA is not my favorite genre, but I've decided to … Continue reading 5 YA Books I read in April
Today is Mother's Day! A day set aside to celebrate the women in our lives who have been of great impact, physically and emotionally. Mother's Day holds a different meaning for anyone whose mom has passed away. But just cause a mother has passed, there's no reason why her family shouldn't continue to celebrate Mother's … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day
Title: The Hate You Give Author: Angie Thomas Publisher: Pages:400 Rate: 5*/ This book no matter how one sees it is quite timely and eye opening. A thoughtful, heartbreaking and honest account of racial tensions//issues in America today. "Black Lives Matter" "A hairbrush is not a gun". Starr, the heroine in the book is 16 … Continue reading Book of the Month (March)
Another year, another birthday🎂🎉🕯️🍰🎁🎈 (4/20) Yay!!! In the past year, there were times when the earth stopped moving and seems like the weight of it's gravity was pulling me down, deeper than I ever thought possible. I stumbled and tumbled farther than I can ever imagine falling. The sun went black and my heart felt … Continue reading Birthday Notes