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Category Archives: Personal
I know I’ve been M.I.A. for a while, but I’m back for a minute so let’s get this party started. First, do you know what stress is? I do. I’ve had a front row seat to it for the past … Continue reading
Hey! Remember me? Just stopping in to say “Hi” and “I miss you”. So…Hi. I miss you. My life has been extra foolish lately so I decided to take a step back from a few things. But don’t worry. I … Continue reading
“The Hawk.” That was my homie last week. For those of you who don’t know, urbandictionary.com defines “The Hawk” as “What black people call the wind — especially in Chicago.” So here’s the scene. I was in Costco looking for some … Continue reading
Today is the four year anniversary of Magnet for Foolishness…get excited! I thought my 100th post would coincide with this anniversary, but something I wrote elsewhere went quasi-viral (is that a thing?) so I decided to post it here, too, … Continue reading
Edited versions of this post were published on VerySmartBrothas 11/13/14 and BlogHer 11/14/14. If this piece strikes a nerve, it probably should. You’re the “you” I’m talking to. (In other words, a hit dog will holler.) If it doesn’t strike a … Continue reading
This time Jesus was my homie. Well…he’s always my homie. But allow me to explain. Last week while I was at church, I dropped my communion. Not the whole thing, just the cracker (i.e. the body). I was trying to … Continue reading