6 Ways To Help You Have A Happy Thanksgiving

Hi everyone and Happy Thanksgiving to you all!  I've been feeling cheerful and beyond ready to spread some Christmas cheer but how can I forget about Thanksgiving-- I can't!  Seriously, who else can't forget about mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie? Yeah, yeah, yeah. You might be thinking, 'How is she ready for Christmas already?' SUE … Continue reading 6 Ways To Help You Have A Happy Thanksgiving

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An Open Letter To My Dead Sister

BY KEIANA BOWIE Dear Patricia, As you may know, I have a passion for writing. I write about my experiences and I write down my feelings. Lately, I've been feeling some type of way with how things have played out now that I am in college. I've always been the first child to walk into … Continue reading An Open Letter To My Dead Sister

For Healing

By MIYAH BYERS I do not subscribe to any one religion, but find and appreciate bits of truth in many. In light of recent events, this bible verse has come across my spirit: Ephesians 6:13-19 (Message Bible Version) "13 Be prepared. You're up against far more than you can handle on your own. Take all … Continue reading For Healing

Celebrating Your Birthday Without You

BY KEIANA BOWIE Dad, This day came way too fast. I always wondered how we would celebrate birthdays now that I am away from home. Instead of waking up this morning and showering you with hugs, kisses and cards of love, I just woke up. They say that when a person dies, you forget what … Continue reading Celebrating Your Birthday Without You

Third Time’s A Charm: Why I Started A Blog

BY KEIANA BOWIE  PHOTO BY ISABEL MARTIN In 2015, I was a sophomore in high school and also a fresh writer on my schools student published magazine staff. My sophomore English teacher always handed out the magazine at the end of her classes when they came out every month since she was the Publications (Magazine … Continue reading Third Time’s A Charm: Why I Started A Blog

“A Mother’s Love”: LaRae Crenshaw

BY LARAE CRENSHAW While some children played games at the park with friends and only dealt with the simplicity of childhood, I wondered where my home might be, who would take care of me, and what each day might hold. Between shuffling from my mother’s house to her parents, I was burnt out but that … Continue reading “A Mother’s Love”: LaRae Crenshaw