Can Exes Really Be Friends?

 So, I’ve discussed the above title of this post numerous times, and I am honestly on the fence. I think exes can be friends depending on the stage both parties are at in their lives. Example, if you and a boy dated in middle school and ya’ll broke up, okay cool no problem there. IContinue reading “Can Exes Really Be Friends?”

the Secret Life of CeeCee Wilkes; First Thoughts Fiction

the Secret Life of CeeCee Wilkes by Diane Chamberlain is a book that has twists and turns every chapter. In short, this book is about survival, secrets, love and lies. The main character CeeCee Wilkes grows from being a naive, gullible, and care free teen and transforms to a woman who depends on the relationshipsContinue reading “the Secret Life of CeeCee Wilkes; First Thoughts Fiction”

Little Bee; First Thoughts Fiction

Little Bee by Chris Cleave took me forever to read simply because life got in the way. I had to start it over three times; with the third time being the final charm (pun intended). Little Bee was about a young Nigerian refugee woman (Little Bee) who was released from her detention center and travels milesContinue reading “Little Bee; First Thoughts Fiction”

My Motivators!

Hey ya’ll! I know it’s been a minute, so please forgive me. I’ve been dealing with some writers block, and now I’m here to tell ya’ll how GREAT ya’ll are! Yes Yes! This post is dedicated to all my MOTIVATORS. *I wish I had real confetti coming from the screen, so just pretend this isContinue reading “My Motivators!”

To The Regina Georges Of The World…

  So….mean girls by definition to me..are sad. Not sad in the sense like, “whoa is me” but they want others to feel their pain. Sad in a sense where they want everyone to always stoop down to their level. Sad in a sense where they are so miserable that they can’t help  but justContinue reading “To The Regina Georges Of The World…”

a stolen life; My Thoughts Memoir.

a stolen life by Jaycee Dugard was suggested to me by a co-worker. She gave me a list of books to read that she deemed as ‘deep’ and ‘heart-wrenching’ so I gave it a chance. Reading the back of the book (fun fact: also known as the blurb) caught my eye. For anyone who hasn’t yetContinue reading “a stolen life; My Thoughts Memoir.”