It Was a WordPress Link Up

On this platform there are bloggers whether due to similar backgrounds, ages, country of birth, experiences or whatever that we’re more drawn to and sometimes if we’re lucky, we get to meet them face to face. Well, last Friday I had the pleasure of linking up with Marcia of Restored Hearts. During our lifetime thereContinue reading “It Was a WordPress Link Up”

Too Much of a Good Thing

I have often asked myself “where would we all be without our cellphones?” More and more I have been coming to the conclusion, somewhere safer and happier where we’re more sociable with sharper memories and healthier functioning brains. There was a point in our lives when we relied more on our brains than we didContinue reading “Too Much of a Good Thing”

A Sunday Afternoon in Harlem

It had been a while since I’d last been to Harlem and let’s just say, at that time, the landscape was a whole lot different than it is today. Back in its heyday in the late 20’s and throughout the 30’s, Harlem had been dubbed “The Black Mecca of the World” due to its richContinue reading “A Sunday Afternoon in Harlem”

Man vs Woman, Who’s Smarter?

Our brains are divided into two hemispheres, a left-side and a right. Studies suggest, left-side thinkers are more analytical, sequential, logical, and methodical while right-side thinkers are believed to be more creative, free-spirited, intuitive, and holistic. If you already know or have guessed that males mostly use the left side of the brain, you areContinue reading “Man vs Woman, Who’s Smarter?”

Photograph February #8

At the risk of sounding corny, I’m going to say my visit to Rome was totally cool! I’m sure most of us while in high school have read the play “Julius Caesar” or some other play set in Rome, or at least have heard the famous line, “Et tu Brute?” If you were anything likeContinue reading “Photograph February #8”

Photograph February #7

February is Black History Month, and I’d be remiss if I ended the month without addressing that. Of all the places I’ve visited, none has more to do with my black history than Ghana does. Back in February of last year I made a post about “Experiencing Ghana” and its history that you’re welcomed toContinue reading “Photograph February #7”