That Last Minute Curve…..

Imagine dating an old but dear friend for 6 or 7 months strong and right when you think you’re ready to be more than friends he curve you!  He tells you a story about time, and not wanting to mess things up, and ultimately he would rather remain friends.  Sounds innocent enough right??… NEGATIVE Ghostwriter! … Continue Reading

#My Seat at the Table??

The idea of having a “seat at the table” implies a privilege rewarded to for maximum effort, or maybe it was inherited.  I recently had an encounter that shaped that ideology. So two things.. First I attended “Conversation in Perspective”.  This is an open invite event where people come in, have a seat and discuss the topics … Continue Reading

a little Blue Girl Magic…. but MOSTLY Favor!

I’m TOTALLY on cloud 9 right now! Listen doll, if you knew my story you would understand my excitement.  God has blessed me in a manner that I just don’t have enough words to express.  Like I literally was physically exhausted from praising Him.  Recruiters reach out to me pretty regularly, so this inquiry wasn’t … Continue Reading

The Game:: You Done “Got Me” Again…

This post is dedicated to the colloquial use of “The Game”.  In the midst of being courted by an experience that was innocent yet refreshing, and sweet; I find myself in a state of befuddlement.  Like seriously, how did I end up in this trick bag? It’s amazing how when your “minding your own business” game is … Continue Reading

Falling in Love with the Crowning Process

In it’s most intimate form, crowning happens during the second stage of labor.  During this process your babies head appears during a contraction, but once the contraction is over it withdraws.  When you can see the babies head, and it doesn’t slip back in, that’s when crowning occurs. I’ve just passed through the labor stage. … Continue Reading

Sorry… Not Sorry…

It’s so easy to fall into a pattern of over apologizing.  As I think about it, for me, this habit developed from years and years of consumer facing customer service jobs.  It was part of the process to deescalate the problem.  You apologize- deescalate the issue, then solve the problem.  Well what happens when you … Continue Reading