One of my best friends is receiving the NYC Chapter young alumni achievement award at the Honoree & Scholarship dinner for the NC A&T Alumni Association ♡ Jheri Hardaway Posted by RaeMonique Blount on Saturday, June 24, 2017 Special thank you to the New York City Chapter of the
Attention all parents in the NEW YORK AREA!! I AM NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AND REGISTRATION TO MY Charter school #CapitalPrepHARLEM PLS WATCH AND REGISTER!!! It's time we take on the responsibility to educate our children. I PROUDLY TAKE ON THAT RESPONSIBILITY!!! HARLEM I LOVE YOU! A post shared by Diddy
More pages from my notebook….
Pages from my notebook.
I could always hear him before I saw him. Gus rode a motorized scooter. Not sure if he needed it but he was far too lazy of a person to walk if there was another option. It was the same every Saturday. The market was my outlet for selling my
A few days ago spring began. Josh and Justin went to pick up beer from the store. They always get the same beer, High Life; from the same store, Tony’s. These men are creatures of habit. Josh repeats the same idiom every time the homies pop their first can,
I am thrilled to put you all on to Arian Simon’s Fun, Fly, Fabulous Lifestyle Box! The October box I received was the exclusive Empire Edition. In case you aren’t familiar, this lifestyle box is based on the subscription box model. Subscription boxes are a package of products
It’s true how bold we become when we know we’re loved. That’s where will gets fuel from, blowing in the wind like because while we’re busy with the revolution fulfilling undreampt dreams slow as the local in search of soultions in a world of water and loyal schemes. Remembering this
10/10/15 I ventured to DC for the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March. It was quite the adventure. Leaving New York’s Chinatown at 11pm and arriving in DC’s Chinatown at 4am. DC felt cleaner and quieter than New York and I was ecstatic to leave to concrete jungle for
“Hey Grandma” “Hi baby. Took you a while huh?” “Yea I had to take the long way, it took forever.” “Nothing wrong with taking the long way. Sometimes that’s the best path.” “Is it?” “I remember growing up in Georgia. Me and my brothers and sisters would pick anything: butterbeans,