You don’t trust me, so you’re not honest with me. I expect you to trust me. I never expect anyone to trust me. I’m usually the one trying to figure out how to convince people to trust me. But not you… Can’t you see? I expect you to trust me. Because I trust us. Truly. […]
What does home mean? And what does it have to do with rising strong? It’s another edition of Meet the Curator.
Welcome to another edition of #TalesFromTheATL and this time we are hearing from the mother of a youth football standout. American football is a lot different than fútbol. Fútbol is the most popular sport in the world. American football is the most popular professional sport in America, the 9th most popular sport in the world. […]
Introductory Disclaimer: Beyoncé, though I love her, may not be the best go-to for mental health advice. Black celebrities and artists are not automatically black leaders by nature of their fame. There are teachers, professors, counselors, ministers, civil servants, and subject matter experts that have devoted their lives to the communities they serve. Make sure […]
Books for the Holidays is all about gifting your loved ones something timeless, classic, and revolutionary. A book is nothing if not a place to be free. #HerstunReads It is the very first Herstun Holiday and man has it been busy. I am new to so much in the #bloggingcommunity and #writingcommunity. And there is […]
Plain Pain Just pain. No window. All shame. Blood flow & Red brain. Nothing but Plain pain. Like watching the slow drop of any drain. It drips into your veins. Commanding your blood flow. And dragging your soul Low. Splitting skulls on the concrete, until the red meat shows. Or do you show blue in […]
Summer is long gone and the days are getting darker and colder fast. Winter has it’s own beauty but we wanted to send summer off with one last BANG. Prosserville rocked out all summer long and here is a brief overview. This family lives a little differently than the 9 to 5. Mama Prosser and […]
Harriet, the movie opened in America this weekend. Watch out for spoiler alerts if you still plan to see it! Harriet is a movie released November 1 depicting young, fiery Harriet Tubman as a dynamic American heroine. The movie was directed by Kasi Lemmons. Lemmons is from St. Louis, Missouri and has over 30 acting […]
According to the National Survey of Family Growth, more than 1 million American couples grapple with secondary infertility. Tara is a self-described sass-mouthed, Southern, mommy blogger with a story to tell. Meet her family.