Toni Morrison, author of seminal works of literature on the black experience such as “Beloved,” “Song of Solomon” and “Sula” and the first African-American woman to win a Nobel Prize, has died, her publisher confirms. She was 88. “You can’t fly with regrets of yesterdays on your wings. You can’t fly if you’re still in love with that ex that’s bad for you. Give that shit up! You can’t fly if you’re afraid of standing up and taking power. Give that shit up! You can’t fly if you’re spending the time you should be using to fly on other less … Continue reading
7. PARKS WAS THE FIRST WOMAN TO LIE IN STATE AT THE U.S. CAPITOL. After Park died on October 24, 2005 at the age of 92, she became the first woman to lie in state, a tribute usually reserved for statesmen and military leaders. More than 30,000 filed by her casket to pay their respects. READ the Article Continue reading 8 Things You May Not Know About Rosa Parks
One of the funniest stories I’ve ever heard in my life, delivered by the most amazing Amy Poehler; Who is your fighter? Okay so I like to plan things…I flushed my phone down the toilet and so all the trip is ruined now. Get me some gloves, I’m gonna look in that toilet. You know, maybe it’s in your bag I need a new phone too! Y’all this is my worst nightmare (whilst drinking wine) Continue reading Which character are you?
I found this gem at the local second hand bookshop. It was first published in 1931!! Should be one interesting read… Continue reading Life as we have known it
“You only grow and learn from the mistakes you make and the wounds you receive, I’m grateful for all of it.” (Vanity Fair) Continue reading Jane Fonda