"I don't see color." What do you think of when you hear "I don't see color" in regards to Culture diversity? Do you think of the color of someone skin? The color of what they look like? Do you associate the color of their skin to how they will act? Think about your daily life,… Continue reading Stuck in the middle
If you came to read about how to be financially fit during Covid-19, this blog probably is not for you. I wish I could tell you all the wonderful things about financially fit during covid, but before I wrote this blog, I had troubles where to begin or even how I should begin. My family… Continue reading Being Financially fit during Covid-19
Ephesians 4:31-32 – Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice. Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you. When I was growing up, I have had so many bad things happen in my life. So many things that I do not… Continue reading Forgiveness: Just a little File folder
Many many generations ago, our ancestors were torn apart. Families were killed, children were taken and homes were destroyed. The wars were beginning, the hate was building. Everything became all about revenge. This passed on from generation to generation, no one really knew how to fix it. No one really knew what to do. Every… Continue reading The Once proud Lakota Sioux A Lakota Sioux Story.
My parents taught me everything...One thing that really stuck out to me ... Your age is just a number and your status is just a status. What does this mean? As I near my 29th birthday I realize that, I am not wiser , better or richer than those around me. Wiser, no… Continue reading What did your parents teach you?
"Your eyes only see color if you want to see color." I decided to write this blog, because I have realized that diversity is something that people think they understand, but do not know what it really means. Now, I am no expert on this topic, but I have observed so many things in my… Continue reading What you need to know about Diversity
I write this, because I want you see this through my eyes. Something that has been on my mind for years and not just months. February 2020, I found out that I was pregnant. I was overjoyed at the thought of having my first child and slightly nervous. But, the thing that was on my… Continue reading The “Unthinkable” questions : A blog of being pregnant while having a terrible past
A mother is working hard to give her children some food, a father is working hard to provide. They both work hard to home school their children. Their money is coming down to the double digits, every night they cry in bed wondering where their next meal will be. They watch the news everyday as… Continue reading We are not one voice, But Many
The ones that matter most are the children. - Lakota proverb This blog has been something I have been meaning to write for a long time. Let me take you way back to when I was just a child. My mom had taught me to hate "white people." She taught me that they stole our… Continue reading I am Lakota and I am ashamed….
Being a mother is every girls dream. Being a mother means you can care for something that you made. Being a mother means giving up your selfish acts and giving it to another. Being a mother means, you are slowly giving yourself for another to live. I dreamed about being a mother since I had… Continue reading My momma always said ” There is never a good time to have a baby…”