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night moves

I keep a mixed CD that I titled “Night Lights” in my car. It’s playlist contains songs that, to me, are perfect nighttime driving, designed with particular backdrops in mind like the Hartford skyline via I-91. Such was the case

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Posted in memories, music, song, storytelling, summer, writing

sometimes…

When I was in the 1st grade, I wrote a book called Sometimes. This book was more of a poem, with a line of prose starting with the word “sometimes” in the center of an 8×11 white paper all bound

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Posted in memories, story, writing, youth

my earthquake experience

The following video is not me or anyone I know, but I can relate to it because I’ve been there. And there’s a reason I picked this particular video after searching a few videos out there to choose from to

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Posted in charity, memories, storytelling

surviving african american friday

It’s that time again–where we gather with our loved ones to share in something a good chunk of America participates in every year, sorta around the same time, same day, possibly the same place. No, not Thanksgiving dinner. Black African

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Posted in Christmas, holiday, memories, story, the mart, wisdom

a night at foxwoods

In retrospect, I don’t think my adventures at Foxwoods Casino would be as long as a read as my adventures in New York, and technically, this POST should have been posted the day after the NY trip, and not a

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Posted in Friends, memories, story, storytelling, vacation, weekend

fripodding and financing: mo money mo problems – notorious b.i.g.

I lied a little bit. This wasn’t going to be today’s friDay friPod pick. I think I’ll save it for next week so I can analyze it a little more and give you a real breakdown of what I think

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Posted in friday, fripodding, ipod, memories, music, music video

adventures in the big city

I spent a vast majority of  last Thursday in the Big City, aka Manhattan. I must say that it was indoob a delight. We had a great time. We, being myself, my best friend Kitten and my New Yorker cousin

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Posted in family, Friends, memories, new york, pictures, road trip, storytelling, vacation

getting down to the business of vacation

I won’t lie. I’m not even going to try to pretend I’ve been super busy these past few days. I am on vacation. It’s not what I’d consider a “real vacation” like the one I planned a few months ago,

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Posted in babbling, cheese, food, life update, memories, mozzarella, office, poor, shopping, Spanish, vacation

bring on the bitter romance, baby!

Valentine’s Day is upon us. I remember way back in my youth reading in a Highlights magazine that St. Valentine had nothing to do with love or romance whatsoever. I don’t feel like Wikipedia-ing right now to find out his

Posted in love, memories, romance, scripts, story, valentines day

progress report – "the AP project"

I’ll give in a little to what I’ve been so distracted with lately. I can’t give too many details because I keep hearing similar ideas on TV that have come and gone. Long story short, it’s a sitcom about my

Posted in arrested development, coffee, college, dunkin donuts, memories, Purchase, seinfeld, writing

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  • 130. multidisciplinary nerds August 7, 2020
    Neysha returns with her So Here's What Happened podcast co-host Carolyn to talk best movies, shows, and books they've watched this year. Later, what are the top streaming services do you use? Sheboygan news and Spookums Zone also makes returns with a quick reflection/review of Beyonce's "Black is King." Follow their podcast: https:// […]
  • 129. Steve McAvoy July 23, 2020
    Vilissa Thompson returns to discuss the heat among other things, like The Legend of Korra and Dissect podcast examining Beyonce's LEMONADE. Sterling is tormented by a coworker. And more stories about the bonus kid. The trio also pays tribute to the late great Congressman John Lewis. (Read the whole essay referenced here: https://www.cnn.com/2020/07/20/o […]
  • 128. pocket food July 8, 2020
    Kortney and Sterling mostly talk about Hamilton, again. What else did you expect? Also discussed is the new Unsolved Mysteries and the BHF: Phillip Reed. See this link to see the pics and read the story: https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1280497662752628743.html