I’m not sure what’s next for this blog, but I have been doing a lot of brainstorming and I can’t wait to see how things play out!
There are a lot of misconceptions about what Kwanzaa is and why it is celebrated. For me, Kwanzaa represents an intentional move toward learning about, owning, and celebrating my heritage. I hope you’ll tag along as I share the Nguzo Saba and what they mean for my family and me!
I took the first step, and went to the gym. It’s been quite a long time and I had no idea what I was doing. But, I went.
Now that I am finally getting to a place where I can exercise and and workout again, I can’t wait to start my journey back to good health and fitness!
Since all my recent posts have been baby-related, I thought I would do a post about some of the other things we’ve got going on!
Although being a perfectionist might be one of my character flaws, one great thing about me is that I am always willing to try again! I am really excited about this opportunity, and I am really happy to have found something to help push me back into my story-writing!
They say that God laughs when we make plans. I’m pretty sure he was crying with laughter when I came up with the great idea to get a job in a preschool during my third trimester!